Chalk up one more cancelation due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak here in Minnesota!

If you were upset that Jason Aldean's original 'We Back' Tour stop at the Xcel Energy Center back in March was canceled, you're REALLY not going to like to hear this. Because now the make-up date for that show, set for August 8th, looks like it has been canceled too.

At least that's according to the Xcel Energy Center's website, which notes the show has now been called off for good. The show was originally set for Saturday, March 14th but was postponed a few days before due to concerns of COVID-19.

Jason shared a video earlier this year announcing that his Minnesota tour stop, along with a few others in Wisconsin and Missouri, would be moved to a later date in the best interest of keeping his fans safe. The new date was set for August 8th. But now that page is missing from the Xcel Energy site.

Jason himself has not released a statement regarding the show's cancellation, as he did when the first date was postponed. However, the tour stop has been removed from the list of tour dates on his official website. Which pretty much means, it ain't happening, folks.

That show now joins other Minnesota country shows, including Reba McEntire, Kenny Chesney, and Dan + Shay that have been canceled due to the ongoing pandemic. Sigh.

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