Red Rocks Fans Hailstorm Pelts, Resulting in Hundreds Injured


Heavy hail injured hundreds of concert-goers at the Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado during Louis Tomlinson’s performance. Here’s the last one.

On June 21, a severe thunderstorm swept through Colorado, dropping enough hail to break bones. About 80-90 people were injured on the spot, some of them called 911 for help. Seven people were hospitalized due to hail with severe cuts and broken bones. Videos of the incident posted on social media show people screaming and desperately trying to find shelter from the hail covering the meeting place like snow. Several inches of hail fell into place in the recreation area.

The sky opened just before Louis Tomlinson was due to take the stage, which twice postponed the performance. In the end, it was postponed around 22:30. Red Rocks Park issued a statement regarding the severe weather. “We want to take a moment to celebrate the severe weather event in Red Rocks last night and express our sincere best wishes to everyone affected by overnight storms in Colorado,” the statement begins.

“We hope to see Louis Tomlinson and his fans under a clear Colorado sky soon — we know it was supposed to be a special night, and many of you have come a long way to be here, which makes it even more difficult to make decisions regarding the postponement or cancellation of concerts.”.

“We have a little conversation with Mother Nature about this weather in the Red Rocks. Between the wind, the first night wildfire, snow showers, torrential rains and hail, it’s been a crazy six weeks in the foothills,” the statement said.

Louis Tomlinson also took to social media to console his fans about the cancellation. “Devastated by today’s show, I hope everything is OK, I’ll be back! Even though we didn’t play the show, I felt all your passion! I send you all my love!” the artist said in a statement on Twitter.


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