Seven Hospitalized, Nearly 100 Injured After Golf Ball-Sized Hail Pelts Red Rocks During Louis Tomlinson Concert


What a scary scene.

Seven concertgoers were taken to the hospital and 80-90 more were injured at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, Colorado last night when a freak storm rained down golf ball-sized hail on the attendees of a Louis Tomlinson concert.

Video from the event shows concertgoers seeking shelter under tables, signs, or anywhere they could as they ran to find safety from the massive hail.

According to West Metro Fire Rescue, seven people were transported to the hospital for injuries ranging from lacerations and bruises to broken bones, with the rest being treated on the scene.

One video showed people huddled inside the amphitheater as they were pelted with the hail.

89 concertgoers, many of whom had taken an Uber to the event and had nowhere to run for safety, used whatever they could to protect themselves, like crates, chairs, tables, signs – or even trees.

The show from the former One Direction member was delayed for lightning after the opening act, Andrew Cushin, but the all-clear was given about half an hour later. Unfortunately, the hail storm hit soon after and the show was ultimately postponed.

And as you can imagine, fans weren’t happy with how the venue handled the whole thing.

And others tweeted pictures of their injuries from the storm:

Just look at these insane videos of the storm and the aftermath.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock