Travis Scott was scheduled to perform at the BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Monday night (Feb. 11), but due to “technical production issues,” the sold-out show was postponed to March 26.
The arena took to Twitter to announce the news, noting that all tickets purchased will be honored at the rescheduled date.
However, outside the BOK Center, fans gathered, angered that they won’t be able to see their favorite rapper live, and according to one Twitter user, police reportedly “had to use pepperball launchers to disperse a large crowd after they smashed a door to the building.”
I’m outside the BOK Center downtown where TPD Sgt. Brandon Smith said officers had to use pepperball launchers to disperse a large crowd after they smashed a door to the building. The sold-out Travis Scott concert tonight was postponed to March 26 only hours before the show. pic.twitter.com/p3aaT5Qh7r
— Stetson Payne (@stetson__payne) February 12, 2019
In another video, fans are seen chanting “Astroworld,” as the word “postponed” shines in all caps on the marquee. Scott has yet to personally comment on the postponed show or the fan rally outside. See the clip below.
— Nabil (@NAsfari) February 12, 2019