Part of the stage collapses at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium, day before the Rolling Loud music festival

Part of the stage collapses at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium just a day before the Rolling Loud music festival is set to take place

  • At around 5 p.m. Thursday night, a video wall connected to one of the stages at Miami Gardens’ Hard Rock Stadium collapsed while loading
  • The collapse happened a day before the Rolling Loud hip-hop music festival was due to start
  • The collapse occurred because a projection screen was not properly secured
  • According to the music festival, no one was injured and the festival will take place according to plan
  • The stage is currently being reset for the weekend and there are no active paramedics or firefighters at the stadium due to the collapse
  • Rolling Loud is an annual three-day hip-hop music festival that takes place between July 23 and July 25

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Part of a stage has collapsed at the Rolling Loud music festival in Miami just one day before the event kicks off with thousands of people expected to attend.

About 5 p.m. Thursday evening, a video wall connected to one of the stages at Miami Gardens’ Hard Rock Stadium on the Audiomack Stage collapsed during loading because a projection screen was not properly secured.

According to the music festival, no one was injured and the festival will take place as planned.

“Just in case you see it on the news, a screen fell down on one of our stages. No one was injured and it will be repaired before the doors open tomorrow. The show continues!’ Rolling Loud tweeted Thursday.

Thursday evening around 5 p.m., a video wall connected to one of the stages at Miami Gardens’ Hard Rock Stadium on the Audiomack Stage collapsed during loading because a projection screen was not properly secured.

According to the music festival, no one was injured and the festival will take place according to plan

According to the music festival, no one was injured and the festival will take place according to plan

Helicopter news footage of the collapse shows a large pile of crashed scaffolding and other equipment next to one of the stages

Helicopter news footage of the collapse shows a large pile of crashed scaffolding and other equipment next to one of the stages

Helicopter news footage of the collapse shows a large pile of crashed scaffolding and other equipment next to one of the stages.

The stage is currently being reset for the weekend and there are no active paramedics or firefighters at the stadium due to the collapse, Miami-Dade Fire Rescue said.

Rolling Loud is an annual three-day hip-hop music festival that takes place between July 23 and July 25.

This year’s headliners include performances by A$AP Rocky, Travis Scott and Post Malone.

Among other events, the festival was canceled last year due to the coronavirus outbreak. It was originally scheduled for May 2020, but was rescheduled several times.

This year's headliners include performances by A$AP Rocky, Travis Scott and Post Malone Mal

This year’s headliners include performances by A$AP Rocky, Travis Scott and Post Malone Mal

Part of a stage recently collapsed in Miami, a day before the Rolling Loud music festival was due to start and thousands are expected to attend

Part of a stage recently collapsed in Miami, a day before the Rolling Loud music festival was due to start and thousands are expected to attend

This year's headliners are performances by A$AP Rocky (pictured) Travis Scott and Post Malone.

Rapper Post Malone (photo) will perform at the three-day hip-hop festival this weekend

This year’s headliners include performances by A$AP Rocky (left) and Post Malone (right).

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