Halestorm Shares Update After Waking Up To Their “Bus Burning Down At 3AM”

Halestorm members are unharmed after their tour bus caught fire earlier today.

On Thursday evening (Jan. 20), the popular rock band shared photos of the inside of their home on wheels, which showed torched furniture, burnt items and melted walls. 

“Old Halestorm had a night for the books. We were all in our hotel rooms last night, and we woke up to our bus burning down at 3AM. 🔥🔥
Fun fun,” the band wrote on Facebook. “No one was hurt.”

The band continued, “The Worcester fire department got there and put the fire out. They were amazing. Our fearless security [guard] Steve pulled guitars and luggage out of the bay.”

While they did all lose materialistic items, no one was harmed in the fire. “We all lost some stuff, but it was just stuff,” the group added. “What matters is that no one was hurt.”

It is currently unknown what started the fire, but investigators have determined that it began in the hallway of bunks in the middle of the tour bus.

“The investigator doesn’t know what started it, but it began in the bunk hall,” Halestorm shared.

Frontwoman Lzzy Hale also posted about the bus fire on Twitter, sharing, “Thank you to everyone for the well wishes. Like Joe said in his post, we lost some stuff, but so grateful that it was only stuff and no one was sleeping on the bus last night. I’m still shook, and emotions are a bit high today. But looks like the universe is not done with us yet!”

Despite their bus catching fire earlier this morning, the group will still perform tonight in Worcester, Massachusetts at DCU Center. 

“The best part is that tonight, we will rock,” Halestorm said. “Looking forward to playing some music and forgetting about things being on fire. 💚💚 See you tonight Worcester!”

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