Jason Aldean Tour Truck Overturns


Jason Aldean had to reschedule his Prince George, B.C., Canada show this week due to a accident involving a Burn It Down Tour semi-truck. The driver, who reportedly and fortunately is suffering from only minor injuries, lost control of the truck, veered off the road, and hit a rock, causing the semi to overturn.

According to Taste of Country, Jason’s show will be moved from tonight to tomorrow night (October 7th), and fans who previously purchased tickets will have their tickets honored at the venue. Those who are now unable to attend are being offered refunds at the place tickets were purchased.

Our well wishes are with the driver of the truck at this time and we send our thoughts to Jason Aldean’s entire camp as they recover from the incident. And, of course, as additional details are released regarding the ongoing investigation into the accident, we will update our readers accordingly.


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