Jason Aldean’s Tour Truck Rolls Over in Canada

Country Star Postpones Show Following Tuesday’s Accident

One of the tractor-trailer rigs carrying equipment and possibly instruments for Jason Aldean’s Burn It Down tour was involved in a rollover accident Tuesday morning (Oct. 6) morning in Prince George, British Columbia.

The driver of the truck suffered only minor injuries, and Aldean and his band members were not involved in the accident.

Because of the accident, Aldean has postponed Tuesday night’s show at the CB Centre in Prince George for one day.

Ticketholders unable to attend the new date are eligible for refunds at their point of purchase.

In addition to the Prince George date, Aldean has four additional concert scheduled during the Canadian leg of his tour.

Two years ago, one of Aldean’s tour buses was involved in an accident that killed a pedestrian in Indiana.

“In all the years I’ve been touring and all the miles we’ve driven, nothing prepares you for something like this to happen,” Aldean said following the 2013 accident.

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