That’s thrash metal.
Angry Kid Rock fans trashed a North Dakota State Fair concert hall throwing beer cans and storming the stage – leading to the arrest of a man – after the show was canceled due to bad weather, according to reports.
The wild riot broke out as a storm swept through the Minot fairgrounds on Friday night, according to TMZ.
After the rocker’s ‘All Summer Long’ show was put on hold for about two hours, it was finally canceled completely around 11 p.m., sending some members of the 18,000-strong crowd into a frenzy, throwing cans and the like waste on gig workers. , shows video footage.
As the mosh pit raged, an irate fan rushed onto the stage before being attacked by security personnel, and another unruly spectator was led away in handcuffs by cops, the outlet reported.
Police cars surrounded the fairgrounds and the wild crowd were chased away by cops, footage shows.
The Michigan-born musician then turned to Twitter take on the weather.
“SO PI-ED OFF, we couldn’t play for a sold out crowd tonight in Minot, ND (due to high winds),” he fumed. “I know it sucks, but none of us can control mother nature. Please leave safely and take care of each other.
On its Facebook page, the North Dakota State Fair, the show was canceled due to “safety concerns related to high winds, lightning and severe weather in the area” and offered refunds to fans. .
New York Post