Fans who have prepared to attend Jason Aldean‘s show in Cincinnati might be sad after reading this news. The country singer just announced that he had to cancel his upcoming gig at the Riverbend Music Center in the city due to bad weather.
“Due to the unprecedented amount of rainfall over the past few days causing the Ohio River to rise above flood stage, the Jason Aldean concert scheduled for this Thursday, September 13th has been canceled,” the “You Make It Easy” singer wrote on Twitter.
Due to the unprecedented amount of rainfall over the past few days causing the Ohio River to rise above flood stage, the Jason Aldean concert scheduled for this Thursday, September 13th has been cancelled. Refunds will be available at point of purchase.
— Jason Aldean (@Jason_Aldean)
Aldean has been hitting the road for his “High Noon Neon Tour” in support of his latest album. The tour marked his first major trek since the horrifying gun attack at his Las Vegas show. He kicked off the show on May 10 in Kansas City and is scheduled to wrap it up on September 29 in Irvine, California.
The 41-year-old singer recently got candid about the incident during an interview with “Today“. When asked about how he felt to be associated with the tragedy, Aldean revealed his wish to move on from the incident.
“That’s not something I want on my resume for the rest of my life. For me, it’s something, not that I want to forget but it’s just something I choose to not relive over and over,” he said, before recalling the “scary” moment as he knew his pregnant wife Brittany Kerr was at the festival to watch his set.
“On one hand I hate that she was there to have experience it,” he continued. “On the other hand, I know if she was at home and saw it on the news she would have freaked out. I don’t know what would have been worse.”