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Travis Scott was scheduled to perform in Tulsa, Oklahoma Monday night, but the concert was cancelled at the last minute. Citing “production issues,” Scott took to Twitter to announce the show would be postponed to March 26. Outside the Bank of Oklahoma Center, the impatient crowd pounded on the doors, even shattering the glass on one of the doors with a thrown object, and chanting “let us in.”

According to reports by USA Today, police arrived at the scene and threw pepper balls in the crowd to disperse it. Officers said that no one was hurt. Watch footage from the scene below.

Travis Scott performed at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday night, creating a mosh pit onstage, in addition to being nominated for three awards.

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