Rolling Loud Miami is just one day away from being in full swing, but the festival has already suffered a few delays.
One of its artists, Fredo Bang, was detained in Miami earlier today on charges arising from his home state of Louisiana, and afterwards, it was revealed that one of their stages at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens was demolished this morning.
According to local television station WPLG, a massive video wall structure collapsed, causing a part of the stage to fall.
Workers can be seen hurriedly attempting to cover the commotion with a big tarp in video and drone photography.
Ticketholders expressed their concerns on social media over whether or not the festival would go on as planned. Rolling Loud Miami used their Twitter account to respond to the backlash when the video went viral.
“A screen crashed down at one of our stages,” they added, “in case you see it on the news. Nobody was injured, and the problem will be resolved before the doors open tomorrow. The performance must go on!”
This weekend sees the return of Rolling Loud Miami, which was postponed last year because to the COVID-19 quarantine.