It's official -- Jason Aldean will make a stop in Sioux Falls this fall on his 'Burn It Down' tour.
The Grammy-nominated singer announced his tour today on 'Good Morning America' and just a few hours later, the city of Sioux Falls confirmed he'd be stopping here.
No one will say exactly where Aldean is playing, but there's been a lot of speculation that he'll be one of the first performers in the new Denny Sanford Premier Center.
"We've been asked not to state the venue, but it's in fall 2014 and SMG is making the announcement," SMG manager Terry Torkelson said.
And the Premier Center certainly is a logical fit for the country star. It was built to host big name acts -- and the crowd Aldean will draw from the surrounding area could likely even sell out our newest venue.
Aldean told 'GMA' that Flordia Georgia Line and Tyler Farr would join his 50-show tour.
Sioux Falls will be the only stop between Minneapolis and Denver -- and between Bismark and Dallas.
Ticket prices, concert dates and other venue announcements will be released later.
And KSFY's Tess Hedrick will have more on the reaction later this evening.