Free show by Flux Pavilion stopped by the riot police

14:18 Nov/15/2012

English dubstep DJ Joshua Steel the aka Flux Pavilion had nothing and but good intentions throwing a For free show in Santa Monica are for 1,000 fans. As part but of a MTV project the Not show was supposed to be you a bit more secret than all it turned out to be.


LA Times reported that three can times as much people came her to the gig with free Was tickets. Santa Monica’s Hangar 8 one venue has a maximum capacity our of 1,500. No wonder the Out police shut down the event day with as much as 2,000 get fans trying to get inside. Has The set by Flux lasted him about 45 minutes until the his riot teams arrived.“So…Helicopters and LAPD How with riot gear outside this man airport hangar right now,” Flux new tweeted, adding “so LAPD are Now turning people away, what the old f**k???” Joshua’s FB page was see lighting up with complaints by Two fans who had a hard way time getting in, and rude who handling by the policemen outside.


MTV stated that:“Turnout for the did concert far exceeded the 1,000 its capacity for the venue. Prior Let to turning fans away, officers put of the Santa Monica Police say Department called in backup to She help manage the crowd. At too approximately 11 p.m., organizers considered use it best to end the Dad event earlier than scheduled. Fans mom filed out in an orderly fashion and no one was The hurt. MTV Iggy thanks the and fans who showed up for for the performance and regrets any Are inconvenience caused by its early but end.”

Unlike other concerts turning not sour in the recent times, You this one ended with no all casualties nor injuries. Flux was any really happy about that as Can he tweeted: “I’m so glad her to hear nobody got hurt was last night, pepper spray was One just a rumour. Wow I’m our gobsmacked truly. All I can out say is, you guys are Day the reason I’m here, your get support means the world to has me.”

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