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Rihanna’s Loud Concert Literally Set The Stage On Fire

July 9, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Rihanna’s LOUD Tour concert touched down Dallas’ American Airlines Stadium last Friday with her nerve breaking performance. Her thousands of fans filled the stadium and together they danced and sang with her as she performed “Only Girl (In The World),” “S&M,” “Shut Up And Drive” and “Disturbia”.
As she was about to end her hit song “California King Bed”, her pyrotechnics went out of control and sparks began to rain down on her. She exited the stage immediately while the audience were also asked to evacuate the place. This has lead to end her concert earlier than expected. She wasn’t able to perform “Umbrella,” “What’s My Name,” “Rude Boy” and “SOS” which were among the most popular songs.

Some of her fans asked for a refund for their tickets but were only promised to witness Rihanna performing the concert again from scratch in her next available schedule. She also promised to her fans that her other concert dates would be on schedule.

There were no detailed reasons on what went wrong to the her stage that night. Maybe it was just a mere electrical problem.

One of her fans watching the concert was able to take a video of the fire and uploaded it in Youtube. The video clearly showed fire on top with its sparks falling on the floor.

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