Fans know that Jason Aldean’s “Burn It Down” Tour has been going on since May 1, 2014. He started in Roanoke with Tyler Farr and Florida Georgia Line opening the show. Since then, the tour has been through many cities, with several different opening acts. And, until tonight, it has been relatively incident free. That changed when a tractor trailer carrying a ton of equipment for the tour lost control on a Prince George, British Columbia highway, hit a rock and flipped completely over.
The concert that was supposed to have ben held on Tuesday night (Oct. 6, 2015), has been rescheduled for Wednesday night. Police are investigating the cause of the accident. Opening acts on this leg of the tour are Tyler Farr and Cole Swindell. Jason’s web site skimply said, “Due to circumstances beyond our control, the Jason Aldean Show scheduled for tonight (10/6) has been moved to tomorrow, Wednesday, October 7th.” I think all the fans understand, and I’m sure everyone is very thankful that things weren’t worse.
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