Venues hosting concerts are looking to tighten up their protocols and make sure their rules are strictly enforced as part of the ripple effect from the deadly Astroworld Festival.
Prior to Saturday’s (November 6) Inglewood, California stop on Playboi Carti’s Narcissist Tour, an employee from The Forum hopped on the PA system and warned concertgoers to abide by the rules or the show would be stopped.
“If you guys do not follow the rules if you guys jump over to the floor or do anything that they consider dangerous, not one or not two, but just one person messes up, this show is over,” he stated. “We’re fighting to let us do this show for you, but this show now, if it happens, it is on you. So please, let’s have a good time, but let’s be respectful, follow the rules and be respectful.”
Despite the warnings from venue officials, clips emerged with Playboi Carti fans still forming mosh pits even had former NBA baller Brandon Jennings spotted in the middle of the general admission madness with the raucous crowd. However, there were no major injuries reported from the Los Angeles show.
Cash Carti’s tour continues to trek through California this week with shows scheduled for San Diego and San Francisco before heading north to Portland, Oregon over the weekend.
The first lawsuit has already been filed against Travis Scott and Live Nation following the Astroworld Festival tragedy that took place on Friday night (November 5). Eight people are confirmed dead and hundreds have been treated for injuries.