Before The Rolling Loud Music Event, A Giant Video Screen Collapsed

MIAMI — A giant video screen at a South Florida stadium fell on Thursday, a day before the Rolling Loud hip-hop music festival was due to begin. There were no accidents or injuries. Giant Video Screen

The screen at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens crashed over into one of the festival’s stages, according to organizers on Twitter, although it was expected to be restored before the doors opened on Friday.

“No one was injured, and the problem will be resolved before the doors open tomorrow. The show must go on!” said the tweet.

A big pile of felled scaffolding and other equipment can be seen near one of the stages in the helicopter news video.

Rolling Loud, like many other events, was canceled last year due to the coronavirus epidemic. The event was originally slated for May 2020, however, it was delayed numerous times. A$AP Rocky, Travis Scott, and Post Malone are among the artists performing this weekend.

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