Concerts that ended in tragedy
The Weeknd -
Tragedy occurred on the first stop of The Weeknd's 'After Hours til Dawn' tour. Police confirmed that a 32-year-old man died after falling off an escalator rail.
Nearly 200 killed in Buenos Aires -
A pyrotechnic fire ignited decorations inside the building, leading to a ferocious fire. 194 people died in the fire, with over 700 injured..
Rival crews clash at T.I.'s concert - In 2016, rival crews clashed at a T.I. concert at Irving Plaza in New York, with deadly consequences.
Tragedy in Paris - One attack took place at the Bataclan theater, where an Eagles of Death Metal concert was taking place. 129 were killed, while over 350 were injured.
The Manchester attack - Another attack that no one saw coming, an Ariana Grande concert was attacked by terrorists in May 2017.
Terror in Las Vegas - In an act that shocked the world, the 2017 Route 91 Harvest music festival ended in tragedy, becoming the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history.
The Beverly Hills Supper Club fire - 3,000 people were in the building at the time of the fire, with 165 fatalities and more than 200 injured.
Deadly stampede at Roskilde -
The Danish Roskilde Festival ended in disaster back in 2000. Pearl Jam was performing at the time of a deadly stampede.
Mayhem at Mawazine - The Mawazine Festival takes place in Rabat, Morocco. In 2009, over one million people attended the event.
Mayhem at Mawazine -
A stampede ensued after a set from Abdelaziz Stati, with fans rushing for the exits. 11 people died in the event, but the event still returned in 2010.
Disaster at The Station - Back in 2003, a tragedy struck The Station nightclub in Rhode Island. Great White were playing a gig, which quickly turned into disaster.
Disaster at The Station - 100 people died in the fire, including band member Ty Longley, with 230 people injured.
Sexual violence at Woodstock -
At the 30th anniversary of Woodstock, two women were violently sexually assaulted during a Korn set.
Sexual violence at Woodstock - More sexual assaults were reported during Limp Bizkit's performance.
Danger at Dogg and Wiz Khalifa's concert - In 2016, disaster struck a Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa concert.
Danger at Dogg and Wiz Khalifa's concert - Some concertgoers fell 10 ft (3 m) onto concrete, with over 40 people injured in the incident.