In this post you will read Were there any weapons found at the Wiz Khalifa Indiana concert? Wiz Khalifa’s show in Noblesville, Indiana’s Ruoff Music Center was cut short at 10:30 p.m. on Friday when the audience began leaving the outdoor venue in droves.
The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office claimed in a release early Saturday that some of the people there had yelled that there had been a gunshot, but no weapon had been located.
The sheriff’s office stated the incident was originally reported at 10:28 p.m. in lawn section 5. As security personnel took action, the mostly youthful audience began to leave the venue. As per Ruoff’s emergency protocols, all doors were opened, the statement read.
Khalifa and his band abruptly stopped playing and departed the stage. Some of the crowd was caught on cell phones at the Ruoff staff parking lot. Some of the others began to cry, and those who were not were comforting one another. A few of them got away and ran into the nearby fields.
According to the announcement, the police conducted a thorough search of the area and located no weapons. During the Ruoff evacuation, three persons reported minor injuries and were transferred to local hospitals, according to the police.
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Live Nation, the world’s largest concert promoter, owns and operates Ruoff, but a representative from the firm did not immediately reply to a request for comment.
Khalifa had performed for roughly 45 minutes when he and Logic were interrupted. He played the night’s final set. Earlier in the night, we saw performances from Fedd the God and 24kGoldn.
On Saturday night, Keith Urban will be playing a show at Ruoff.
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