Some of the best memories take place at country music concerts.
For example, you get to tailgate with your friends, listen to live music and even see your favorite artist in person.
But, there are some moments when things get out of control and someone comes in and spoils what’s meant to be a good time.
That’s what happened for fans at a recent Keith Urban show.
On Aug. 18, Keith performed at the PNC Music Pavilion in Charlotte, North Carolina. Although he played his entire set list onstage without any major hiccups, things got a little out of hand in the pit. In fact, a brawl broke out!
As you can see in the video above, multiple people start throwing punches at each other during Keith’s song “You Look Good In My Shirt.” While we’re unsure what started the whole ordeal, whatever it was must’ve been bad enough to cause this scene. Some fans even took to Twitter to share their thoughts about the incident.
According to the “Charlotte Observer,” it took Live Nation security and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police several minutes to break up the fight at the show. Talk about a horrible situation that could’ve gone way worse had it not been stopped.
Unfortunately, fights that happen between unruly concertgoers is nothing new. Luckily though, the fans that didn’t witness the incident still got to enjoy some good music.
Keith is currently on the road for his Ripcord World Tour with supporting acts Maren Morris and Brett Eldredge. On Dec. 3, he and Carrie Underwood will take the trek to New Zealand and Australia.