Dua Lipa fans were slightly injured at her concert in Toronto after several fireworks were set off during the finale.
The Dua Lipa concert on Wednesday night in Toronto was halted after several fireworks were set off.
The 26-year-old artist was ending her show at Scotiabank Arena when a group of fireworks began to explode inside the concert venue just before 11:45pm.
Cindy Chung, media relations officer for the Toronto Police Department, said: People Three party-goers were treated for “extremely minor injuries”.
Stop: The Dua Lipa concert on Wednesday night in Toronto came to a halt after several fireworks were set off; seen in may
One attendee also spoke to the media outlet and noted that many of the other attendees may not have been aware that the impromptu fireworks display was not planned.
They said at the end, during her last song, and the scraps were already out, so we thought it was part of the ending.
And the ceremony added: “No one bothered her except the people of the pit, [but it was] hey scary.
A spokesperson for Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment (MLSE) also told people that attendees at all events must go through metal detectors before entering the arena.
The End: The 26-year-old was ending her show at the Scotiabank Arena when a group of fireworks began to explode inside the concert venue shortly before 11:45pm.
The company also issued a statement regarding the events at the Dua Lipa shows.
It started: “Last night, at the end of a concert at the Scotiabank Arena, a member of the audience set off unauthorized and illegal fireworks onto the field.
“As a result, three attendees received minor on-site assistance and were able to return home without requiring further medical attention,” the statement read.
The company then indicated that it has since reported the matter to the authorities.
Taking it seriously: The company then indicated that it has since reported this to the authorities
They wrote: “As one of North America’s premier venues, creating a safe and secure venue for all of Scotiabank Arena attendees is MLSE’s highest priority, and we immediately began working in conjunction with the Toronto Police Services to fully investigate this reckless and dangerous act. “
“As always, we thank Toronto Police Services, the on-site medical team, staff and attendees for their prompt support in responding to this incident,” the statement concluded.
A Dua Lipa representative did not immediately respond when People asked him for comment.
Remain silent: Dua Lipa’s representative did not immediately respond when People asked him for comment; seen in may
The singer is currently embarking on her ongoing Future Nostalgia Tour, which is promoting her album of the same name.
The show was previously scheduled to begin in 2020, although its start was delayed due to the onset of the global pandemic.
The hitmaker’s ultimate tour kicked off at the FTX Arena in Miami this past February.
It is set to remain on the road until its show ends in Perth in November.
Busy: It’s set to stay on the road until its show ends in Perth this November. seen in april
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