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WATCH: Jason Aldean and Luke Bryan's Unplanned Dairy Queen Pit Stop

Over the weekend, country music stars Jason Aldean and Luke Bryan found themselves on an unexpected detour that had nothing to do with their music careers. The duo's private plane, en route from the 2024 ATA show in Saint Louis, Missouri, with their Buck Commander team, encountered equipment malfunctions, leading to a tense and unplanned landing.



Luke Via Instagram - Jason Via Instagram


Luke Bryan took to Instagram to share the harrowing experience during a live stream, recounting the incident with a mix of humor and relief. The pair had initially set out for a 30-minute flight back from Saint Louis to their destination. However, the freezing temperatures and strong winds posed challenges for the plane's instruments, prompting a turnaround and an emergency landing.


In the video, Luke Bryan explains, "Well, we took off, and it was so cold in St. Louis. It's like 16 degrees. Wind was blowing 40 miles an hour. Some of the instruments on the plane were not working." Jason Aldean, chiming in adds, "We thought the plane was gonna fall out of the sky."


The unexpected turn of events led to a pit stop at a Dairy Queen along I-55, with the artists making light of the situation. Luke Bryan humorously shares, "Well, we're getting some chicken fingers because it's the only thing on the exit."



The camaraderie between the two musicians shines through as they navigate the challenges of the day, from duck hunting in the morning to an unscheduled Dairy Queen break. Despite the tense moment during the flight, the duo appeared to maintain their spirits, even stopping for a quick roadside bathroom break.


In a blend of country charm and genuine friendship, the impromptu Dairy Queen pit stop became an unexpected chapter in Jason Aldean and Luke Bryan's weekend adventure. The incident, while nerve-wracking, brought a touch of humor to the journey, making it a story worth sharing with fans.

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