This has been a major cause of disappointment for the large number of Bryan Adams' fans. Several ticket holders have been left clueless on whether the show will be held or not. The latest turn of events have led many individuals to label the police as a spoilsport. The authorities have also cracked their whip on anyone who appears to be flouting the rules. The police claimed that the number of tickets that were sold, far exceeded the original capacity of the venue.
The venue is capable of holding around 6000 people, while tickets have been sold to more than 10,000. The huge contingent of band members and other personnel had to cater to their own security and several other fire safety arrangements. Meanwhile, the Fire Department stated that they were yet to inspect the venue and have not given the concert's organisers a NOC.
The Bangalore concert, which was held yesterday (Feb 13), was a rocking event and the next concert is scheduled to be conducted in Hyderabad on Wednesday (Feb 16).
The organisers will have to pull a few strings during the last minute so that the concert kicks-off smoothly. Hopefully, the organisers will be able to obtain the necessary permissions in time so that Delhiites can sing 'Lets make it a night to remember' in the literal sense of the song.