In Pasadena, California, The Cruel World Music Festival had to be evacuated due to a thunderstorm that sparked worry at the Rose Bowl on Saturday night.
The National Weather Service stated that they had been monitoring the storm system and it had made its way between Mount Olive and Pasadena and Monrovia.
The NWS said, "This storm may produce strong gusty winds, heavy downpours, lightning and small hail." Due to these weather symptoms, the concert could have been proved to be difficult for people.
The music festival was postponed and attendees were told to evacuate the arena through emergency exits as soon as they could.
"The festival has been postponed until further notice. Please evacuate the festival site immediately. Use the nearest emergency exits. Stay tuned for updates," the festival site tweeted before it deleted the post.
Since then, the festival had posted a tweet urging everyone to exit the arena and go find vehicles or any place for safety.
The storm had hit Iggy Pop’s performance, and many people were miffed at the prospect of missing out on Siouxsie Sioux.
One user who attended the concert complained, "It's disappointing, but it is understandable because I did see lightning,"
And Michelle Gee of Pasadena stated, "I've been planning this for months. And, it's okay. It worked out though. I'm fine."
At the time, it is not clear when the concert would be rescheduled.
As of now, the area was evacuated for people to reach safety quickly and save themselves from the storm.