Jason Aldean’s Tour Truck Crashes In Canada

Monday night as Jason Aldean and his band had finished their performance in Kamloops and were headed out to Prince George, B.C. for Tuesday night’s show when the driver of the semi truck that was carrying Jason Aldean’s tour equipment, lost control in Canada.

Castanet.net reported that when the vehicle went off the road, it hit a rock, and caused the semi truck to flip over.

In a photo shared by Canadian radio personality TJ Connors, the tour truck trailer is seen completely flipped over. Thankfully, everyone is okay, according to Billboard, the driver suffered minimal injuries.

The “Burnin It Down singer later tweeted that the show would be rescheduled to tonight due to the accident.

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Due to circumstances beyond our control, tonight’s show (10/6) has been moved to tomorrow, Wednesday, October 7th,” Aldean wrote.

The update was also made via the singer’s website, which included additional info that if fans could not make tonight’s show they would be offered a refund.

Castanet.net reports that Kamloops Rural RCMP are continuing to investigate the cause of the accident. His Canadian run of dates lasts through Oct. 14th, after which he’ll close out the tour with three shows in Florida. Tyler Farr and Cole Swindell are also out on th road with Aldean, opening the tour.

We are so thankful the accident wasn’t worse and everyone is ok!


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