A concert by Dadju and Tayc in a shopping center in Lyon turns into chaos

A concert by Dadju and Tayc in a shopping center in Lyon turns into chaos
A concert by Dadju and Tayc in a shopping center in Lyon turns into chaos

The concert given by the two artists this Wednesday at Part-Dieu caused crowd movements as well as discomfort. Dadju was also violently grabbed around the neck by a fan.

A spectacle that degenerates. This Wednesday, May 15, the singers Dadju and Tayc gave a private concert at the Lyon Part-Dieu shopping center (Rhône), organized by a local radio. But the performance quickly took a chaotic turn as reported by our colleagues at -.fr.

While the floors of the center were crowded, around 3,000 spectators had gathered for the occasion, crowd movements broke out causing discomfort for several people. Fans, in tears or experiencing anxiety attacks, had to be rescued by security agents.

Panic episodes

The situation descended into hysteria when a fan appeared on stage and rushed towards Dadju. Fortunately, it was quickly brought under control. Despite the attempts of the two artists to regain control of the situation, new episodes of panic broke out among the public, who remained tense until the end of the show, according to our colleagues. Dadju and Tayc left the venue quickly after their performance, thus canceling a planned interview in front of the public.

Contacted by Le Figarothe Westfield La Part-Dieu shopping center declared having “taken all necessary measures to guarantee the safety of all its visitors” specifying that “the number of our security agents present on site has been doubled for the event and no major incident has been reported.”

The mall also reported that visitors who experienced discomfort “due to emotion and heat stroke” were all able to return to their homes in the evening.

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