A semi-truck carrying gear for Jason Aldean’s Burn It Down Tour flipped when the driver lost control on the way to a show in Prince George, B.C. The Tuesday morning (Oct. 6) accident took place when the truck veered off the road and struck a rock.

Several outlets, including Castanet.net, the homepage for the Okanagan region, report that the driver of the truck suffered only minor injuries. A representative for Aldean confirms the driver is okay. The CB Centre concert has now been moved to Wednesday night (Oct. 7). Previously purchased tickets will be honored at the venue, and those not able to attend are eligible for refunds at the point of purchase.

Castanet reports that Kamloops Rural RCMP are continuing to investigate the cause of the accident. On Monday night Aldean played the Interior Savings Centre in Kamloops, B.C. His Canadian run of dates lasts through Oct. 14, after which he’ll wrap the tour with three shows in Florida. Tyler Farr and Cole Swindell are opening the tour.

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