A Harry Styles concert was thrown into chaos on Saturday night after a fan fell from the top balcony of Glasgow’s Ibrox Stadium.
The incident happened around 10:15 p.m., just before the show ended, and many fans on social media said it was around the time Harry performed his song Kiwi.
During the set, a male fan fell from the Club Deck, the third row of seats in the stadium’s main stand, and crashed into the crowd below.
Both police and paramedics rushed to the scene as soon as the alarm went off, and paramedics at the venue offered medical attention to the injured fan before the ambulance could arrive.
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Following the shocking incident, Police Scotland confirmed that a man had fallen from the stands during the former One Direction star’s concert, which saw over 50,000 people from around the world gather to greet the singer at the venue’s first concert in two decades Listen.
A Police Scotland spokesman said: “Officers were alerted to a man falling from a club deck at a building on Edmiston Drive in Glasgow at around 10.15pm on Saturday 11 June 2022.
“There were no suspicious circumstances and the man was being treated by medical staff.”
The condition of the man is currently unknown.
After witnessing the horrific incident, many concerned fans flocked to social media to offer their messages of support to the fallen man and wish him a speedy recovery.
Taking to Twitter, one fan wrote: “Still in shock after the @Harry_Styles concert @ibrox. A guy fell from the top row onto the grandstand one row in front of us.
“I had to run to the main entrance at street level to bring help. Everyone around us was shocked and so upset. Hope the guy is okay.”
Another fan who also witnessed the fall added: “Unfortunately tonight in Glasgow we saw someone fall from the club deck at Harry Styles. We pray that they are well.”
While a third commented: “This happened literally a few rows in front of me it was freaking awful but they sat up and in one seat when we all left so they hoped they were ok.”
The unexpected fall was just one of several chaotic incidents that plagued the gig. Many fans dubbed the process of even entering the Scottish venue “shambolic” after queuing for hours before the show.
One disgruntled attendee tweeted: “Absolute mess @ibrox for Harry Styles – stewards outside station have no idea, police are arguing with stewards, I’ve never seen queues like this in my life.”
A second concertgoer also criticized the organization of the event, calling it the “worst organized event” after claiming to have waited three hours to be admitted.
He wrote: “Harry Styles at the Ibrox is the worst organized event I have ever seen in my life. Almost 3 hours after admission and the queues are still 3 streets away.”
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