Aldean cuts Harttford show due to dehydration
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Aldean cuts Harttford show due to dehydration

Monday, July 17, 2023 – Jason Aldean had to cut his show short on Saturday in Hartford, Conn. due to "a combination of dehydration and heat exhaustion," according to his social media.

Aldean rescheduled the Hartford show for July 30 and will honor all tickets from Saturday's show.

Aldean resumed his tour on Sunday night in Saratoga, N.Y. IN a video Aldean posted, he said he received intravenous fluids after Saturday's concert and again on Sunday.

Aldean said he golfed oin Sunday, indicating that may have contributed to how he felt at the concert on Saturday.

A "Anybody that was at the show knows how hot it was," he shared. "I knew it was coming. I was trying to get through as much of the show as I could, and eventually I knew it wasn't going to happen and I was trying to just get off stage and figure out what was going on."

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