Hinder Withdraw From Boise Music Festival After Bus Accident
Hinder can't catch a break! The band has a break in the action that will be a little longer than planned due to a bus accident last night (July 22) that left several members of the band and their crew banged up.
According to a statement on the incident, the band had been traveling on their tour bus when they were unexpectedly cut off by another vehicle. In the resulting incident, members of the band and crew suffered injuries and spent time in the emergency room at the nearby hospital. As a result of said injuries, the group will bow out of their July 27 Boise Music Festival appearance and do not expect to resume touring until the Aug. 10 show at the Miami County Fair in Troy, Ohio.
No further details were released on which members were injured or how significant the injuries sustained were. To see the remaining shows on the band's tour, click on the button at the bottom of the story.
The group had been on tour with Saving Abel's Jared Weeks handing vocal duties for most of their performances, as frontman Austin Winkler exited temporarily to deal with personal matters.