Jason Aldean reportedly canceled his remaining shows over the weekend to pay respect to the victims of the Las Vegas shooting incident. It was on Sunday when the sudden attack killed around 59 people and left more than 500 victims injured.

In an official statement released by the Country Music star, Aldean confirmed that he is canceling his shows that are set to happen on October 6-8 in Los Angeles, San Diego, and California. He also added that he, together with his teammates, will do their best to spend time with the loved ones of those unfortunate victims.

On his statement, the music star said, "It has been an emotional time for everyone involved this week, so we plan to take some time to mourn the ones we have lost and be close with our family and friends."

An emotional attack

While millions of people all over the world mourned over the Las Vegas attack, Aldean revealed that their first time they do go back on stage will be a very tough and emotional performance to deal with. The singer is set to resume his concert tours on October 12 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

He said that he will play his songs to honor the number of people who lost their lives during the shooting incident. Aldean was sorry that he could not perform this weekend, and he apologized to all his fans who felt disappointed over his announcement.

Showing comfort to his fans

Several hours after the gunman opened fire during his performance, the country music star took to Instagram on Sunday to show comfort and support to all the victims.

He added that the attack was beyond horrific and he was left with no words to say. Aldean wrote, "My Thoughts and prayers go out to everyone involved tonight.

It hurts my heart that this would happen to anyone."

On Monday, he again posted a message on Instagram to express his sadness. He added that the world has already become the kind of place that he is afraid of raising his children in.

Following the Las Vegas attack, the country music star called out all Americans to stand together as one, Entertainment Tonight reported.

He was also sorry for the pain that all his concert fans felt. He knows that there will are no words that he can utter that will help him take their pain away. He further added that his fans will always be in his heart and in his prayers.

While the singer mourned the victims of the attack, other celebrities like Ophray Winfrey and Celine Dion have also shown their support and comfort to the injured victims and families of the dead, through their social media messages.