Halsey once stated in a song, “I’m not a woman, I’m a god” — but even she can’t control the weather.
The singer was forced to cancel her Wednesday night show in Maryland after the ridiculously titled Merriweather Post Pavilion was inundated with a storm, describing the situation as “really crazy” in an Instagram Live.
“Basically what happened is that there was unexpected and unexpected weather that the weather experts ‘that you are working with on the road with’ didn’t expect so that some storm cells actually showed up, very quickly, and immediately became dangerous.”
She apologized to fans who had been stranded in the runway for hours before the cancellation was announced, explaining that local authorities had advised her team to put the venue under a shelter order to avoid a stampede.
Twitter users shared footage of the flooded venue at the concert on Wednesday, showing “Not real” Scene: Ankle deep waterAnd the The rain is pounding the seatsAnd, in one of the videos, a road kicking what appeared To be a drenched squirrel outside the theater.
“Maryland I don’t even know what to say…” Halsey Wrote on Twitter, promising to make a rescheduled show in separate tweet. “But right now I am feeling sad and panicked and just want to know when/You will be home safely. I love you guys more than anything.”
In a pair of follow-up tweets, the singer responded to a fan query asking why she failed to make it onto the stage, writing“I promise I wanted more than anything else. But I couldn’t because it would have been very unsafe if I went out there and people rushed onto the stage during or after the storm. There were many things out of my control tonight but I promise you whatever I can choose, I chose Be well “.
she continued“I really want to add that I am very disappointed with the way the place handled everything tonight and that my rescheduling is going to happen elsewhere. I hear you guys loud and clear I promise.”
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