Police were deployed by police after a crowd waiting for a concert at the BOK Center after postponing after the show was deferred, breaking the glass into one of the doors.
Brandon Smith said that some of the people in the south-east BOK entrance had hit the hearth's glass doors, after saying that Travis Scott's player was a rapper, depending on one of them.
He said that police had piped balls then, spreading the crowd.
Nobody was killed, and no injuries were reported, he said.
At 6:13 in, the BOK Center news advice to media outlets said the sale show will be transferred to March 26. Technical reasons for the removal were that production issues were issued.
The release stated that all tickets purchased for the show will be issued during the new date.
Scott posted this message on social media at 7:30 pm: "Tulsa I'm sorry I can not do at a sales show tonight. We had last minute production issues and I can not give you an incomplete show Rehabilitation until March 26th, all aims remain valid. Everyone get home safely. "
Sheck Wes was scheduled to perform Scott during the BOK Center show
Scott was nominated for three Grammys: the best rap performance ("Sicko Mode"), the best rap song ("Sicko Mode") and the best rap album (AstroWorld) at the 61
Scott Scott was also depicted as a result of production issues, including tour stops in Tampa, Milwaukee, Cleveland and Hartford, Connecticut. According to Billboard, production issues have resulted in "composite phase design, carnival themes."
The fans accepted the change and posted it to Twitter.
Oklahoma will be ready to RAGE March 26! ! ️😈 pic.twitter.com/n8cr5HdqAN
– aaron.wav (@aaron_wav) February 12, 2019