With many venues and festivals beginning to seriously crack down on bringing bags inside the building, it can be difficult to plan a night. Now, fans who recently went to an Eminem show in London know the experience first hand.
Taking place at the Twickenham Stadium, fans were left content after Eminem’s performance. However, when leaving the venue, everything was so disorganized in the bag check area that people were “struggling to breathe” and getting “trampled.” According to NME, many were forced to leave their bags in the checked area because of new restrictions in the venue. Apparently, employees of the venue were fed up and were just dumping the bags for the concert-goers to pick up, causing the problem.
@TwickStadium amazing night at Eminem ruined by the appalling organisation or the stadium! Nothing on tickets about bags and at the end of the night they were just thrown on the floor with peoples personal belongings, purses everywhere! It was chaos! @TwickersEvents #chaos pic.twitter.com/NtF88KBHrR
— Katie Thompson (@XKatieMarieTX) July 15, 2018
@LiveNationUK Absolutely appalled with the bag drop off service last night at @Eminem concert at Twickenham Stadium. My mum has had her bag stolen because the security were just throwing bags anywhere for people to grab. It has a lot of valuable things in.
— Yaz Reevell (@YazReevell) July 15, 2018
This is definitely an unfortunate end to a great show.