Kenny Chesney said he was “devastated” after a woman died Saturday night after his concert at Empower Field in Mile High in Denver.
The woman sat on the escalator rail after the concert and later fell downstairs, where she died. for the Denver Police Department,
A police spokesman told HuffPost on Tuesday that the death appeared to be accidental.
The entertainer said, “There was so much joy from the people of Denver last night, so much heart was coming – and it’s heartbreaking to hear.” “Life is precious.”
“Sharing music brings us together and the love we share makes us so much more,” Chesney continued. “There are no words for the woman who came to share that love. For the loss of his friends and family, I am with him and sad for him.”
Representatives for Empower Field did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Chesney’s representatives directed HuffPost to the Denver Post’s statement of the country singer.
Police told the outlet that they did not yet know whether alcohol was a factor.
A similar death occurred last month after a weekend concert at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field.
A man, identified as 32-year-old Hugo Sanchez, was also sitting on the escalator rail after the concert when he fell 40 feet, killing him, the Philadelphia Police Department said. Local news channel WPVI. told those days.