Severe thunderstorms in Brisbane overnight resulted in punters waiting to see Paramore perform evacuated from the venue.
As The Courier Mail reports, hundreds of people waiting at the Riverstage were forced to evacuate due to concerns of the lighting which also saw 135,000 properties lose power.
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Paramore stayed in touch with fans during the storm in a series of tweets, saying "the venue staff have told us… they have a re-entry plan in place".
It's understood the concert resumed after an hour delay.
The show was the US outfit's last of their east coast tour, which included stops in Sydney and Melbourne last week.
hey Brisbane. the venue staff have told us that they have to evacuate due to lightning and when the storm passes, they have a re-entry plan in place. we’ll keep you posted. thanks for hanging with us and our weather... #sorryforthatone— paramore (@paramore) February 11, 2018
please stay safe!— paramore (@paramore) February 11, 2018
cops said we could play! venue is in process of letting everyone back in. Brisbane, we’ll see you soon.— paramore (@paramore) February 11, 2018