Classic 80’s rock band Cheap Trick got a scare Sunday night at the Cisco Ottawa Bluesfest.
The stage gave way while the band was playing, after severe weather moved into the area, however no one was seriously hurt.
“The stage blew down and collapsed,” a statement on the band’s website said. “Everyone is shaken up but band and crew are all fine.” Manager Dave Frey confirmed to CNN that the band was unharmed.
“One of our drivers will spend the night in the hospital and though we’re not sure how, Cheap Trick are grateful and happy to say that everyone, including all the concert goers, are okay,” Frey said.
A picture on the band’s website showed a tangle of metal girders under a darkly overcast sky.
The website for the Cisco Ottawa Bluesfest said there were “no serious injuries.” It also said that severe weather had forced the closure of all venue stages for the night.
Photos compliments of CheapTrick.com.