Travis Scott was set to perform at the Bank of Oklahoma Center in Tulsa tonight, but the sold out show was postponed at the last minute. Scott announced on Twitter that the show was rescheduld due to last minute production issues. Meanwhile, a crowd outside the arena pounded on the doors, shattered one glass door with a thrown object, and chanted “let us in” (as seen in the footage below). Police responded by shooting pepper balls into the crowd, USA Today and Tulsa World report. In a video below, an officer is seen spraying people just outside the arena doors.
Scott performed last night at the Grammy Awards. The Tulsa show has been rescheduled to March 26.