Raleigh, N.C. – To quote "Production Issues" in the installation for a scheduled concert of Travis Scott, PNC Arena held…
Raleigh, N.C. – To quote “Production Issues” in the installation for a scheduled concert of Travis Scott, PNC Arena held fans waiting for the parking lot for hours in a damp chill friday night, sparking a social media rebelliously.
Several parents and teens told WRAL News they decided to standardize on their tickets, instead of waiting for the delay.
“Apparently it took too long to set up, and it was about four hours after the show began and people became fast, Sade Spencer Zachary.
In a statement, a PNC employee told parts of Scotts production came late and was delayed to read inside.
The staff said that when the production controls had been completed, concerts were allowed indoors.
Scott, a Houston rapper / producer best known for a collaboration with Drake called “Sicko mode” is father of a girlfriend with Kylie Jenner. He goes to support his album “Astroworld.”
Friday’s show was scheduled to start at 1
9:30 with doors opening at PNC Arena at 18.30.
As early as 3 : 00 where PNC Arena allows fans to set up. However, shortly after 7, the concert promoter Live Nation announced the delay, with little explanation.
“Due to unforeseen production problems, doors open to the evening’s Travis Scott concert at PNC Arena at. 21.00, “Live Nation Tweeted.”
As the sunset and temperature dropped in the 40s during a light fog, the ticket holders took Twitter to express their frustration, many of them using strong language.
Parents chimbed in, worried about how long the teens would wait and how long the concert would last.
“There is no information. It’s ridiculous,” Bill Bellamy said. “19659007” It’s ridiculous. I’m furious, says Nicole Chalmers. She and her daughter did drive from Carolina Beach to see the concert.
“We waited for over four hours, in rain and cold,” she said.
The door finally opened just after 21:00, but at 10 o’clock the concert was still not started.
People told WRAL News that fights broke out in the stall that frustrations boiled over.
“We are working as quickly as possible to make sure everyone is safe,” PNC Arena tweeted.
According to the individuals, the concert began at midnight and ended at 1:15 am. Three opening documents that are scheduled to perform never took the stage.
“We will not get a refund, We will not get the money back because they never stopped the concert,” said Chalmers.
“Astroworld” peaked the Billboard album in August, with 349 million streams and an impressive 270,000 copies sold as a complete album, according to Nielsen.
Scott linked album sales to concert tickets – although there were no others who offered ticket sales CDs, Scott sold their album first and promised their fans access to “a future Travis Scott title tour “with details to follow.