Jason Aldean is bringing the party to Las Vegas this weekend!
The country star unveiled his brand new single on Friday morning -- the first off his as-yet-untitled new album -- and he'll perform the high-octane jam on stage at the Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday, April 3, airing on CBS at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
"Being on stage is why I do what I do, it's all I’ve ever wanted to do," said Aldean. "This song is all about that rush you can only get from stepping on stage and listening to fans sing along to every word. It's about throwing the biggest party from the floor to the top of the rafters for all those people who spent their paycheck to come see us. We're bringing it to Vegas this weekend and I can’t think of a better place to kick it off than at the ACMs."
See the lyric video for "Lights Come On" in the player below!
Aldean is currently on the road on his We Were Here Tour with Thomas Rhett. As he gears up to promote a new album, the 39-year-old also recently celebrated his first wedding anniversary with wife, Brittany Kerr.
"We do everything together," he told ET earlier this year. "She's out here all the time, which is great. I don’t have to be gone for three or four days a week and be away from each other."
Aldean, who has two daughters from a previous marriage, also revealed that he and Kerr are getting ready to expand their family! See what he said in the interview below.