Thursday night in Tulsa, Jason Aldean plays his very first concert since his set at the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas was interrupted by gunfire. Blasting News got the chance to be there first hand and see Jason perform.
That fateful night was on Aldean's mind when he resumed his They Don't Know Tour on Thursday at the BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Jason explains that it has been about a week and a half since they were all last on stage. "Thank you for allowing us to be here tonight".
Many concertgoers that night wore shirts and brought signs in support of Aldean, festival first-responders and shooting victims.
"These two were saving lives in the Las Vegas shooting", said a photo caption posted on the station's Facebook page.
"I hope none of you guys ever experience anything like that".
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After that, Aldean went on and didn't hold back. Aldean also sold shirts with the words "We Won't Back Down", with all proceeds going to the Las Vegas Victims' Fund. "Even though people might not have physical scars, it's gonna be a mental thing for a lot of people for a long time".
Jason Aldean had one thing he wanted to do tonight and that was give the fans a fun show.
Aldean reminded the crowd not to "live in fear" or "be scared and not go out and do what it is that we want to do; whether it's go to a concert or go to a ball game or go to the mall or go to a movie".
"Sometimes this country can be really divided, but it's been really cool to see all the love and support that's been going on after the last ten days or so". He wants everyone to go out and do what they want to do and have a fun time.