N-Dubz were forced to stop their reunion gig after mass fights happened during the band’s Bournemouth tour date.
The group have reunited this year for a huge arena tour across the country that will head into next year. But at a recent gig at the Bournemouth International Centre on Monday (14 November), controversy struck as mass brawls took over the arena, with some gig-goers reportedly even passing out.
In the chaos, some fans even pulled out their phones and recorded the scenes unfolding right in front of their eyes.
One of those was Chloe Atkinson, who saw a fight break out just feet in front of her – she captioned the TikTok video with ‘Only in Bournemouth’.
One witness, who did not wish to be named, spoke to The Sun after witnessing the fights happen at a balcony seating area.
She said: “There were so many fights in the crowd down below and it really scared me.
“Security did their best to throw the trouble makers out but people were so frightened.
“N-Dubz had to keep stopping the show as some began passing out in panic and needed help from the medics.”
She added: “The worst was seeing people peeing on others. It was disgusting.
“I’d been looking forward to this concert for months but it ending up being a horrible experience to be there.”
Other witnesses and fans of the band have been speaking about the fights on social media.
One person said: “So many fights at n-dubz tonight, so embarrassing and I feel bad for them having put these shows on, just for there to be fights every night.”
A second added: “N-Dubz were sick and that’s a childhood memory ticked off the bucket list. However the crowd was a different breed 3 separate fight incidents and 2 medical issues…”
And a third warned: “Whoever is seeing N-Dubz on the rest or the tour please be careful. There was a sh*t tonne of fights and people passing out tonight.”
N-Dubz’s reunion tour comes ten years after the release of their last single ‘Morning Star’.
They still have many tour dates left this year, including Leeds, Manchester and Cardiff.
LADbible has contacted Bournemouth International Centre and N-Dubz’s reps for comment.