Jason Aldean was in Vancouver this past week, and is now travelling through northern BC cities as part of his Burn It Down Tour.
Just yesterday, a truck carrying Aldean’s band equipment was found rolled over right outside of Kamloops, British Columbia around 9:00am. Reports indicate the driver of the semi-truck lost control and the vehicle slid off the side of the road, ultimately flipping over.
The vehicle was leaving Kamloops the morning after the night of Jason Aldean’s performance, and was heading to Prince George for a concert on Tuesday morning (October 6). Fortunately, the truck driver only suffered minor injuries. Kamloops Rural RCMP have launched an investigation to determine the official cause of the accident.
Due to the unforeseeable incident, Aldean was forced to postpone his concert to Wednesday, October 7. All tickets for the original concert will be honored, and for those unable to attend will receive a full refund.
Aldean will remain on the road up until October 24, when his Burn It Down tour wraps up in West Palm Beach, FLA.
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