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Concerts and Tours That Ended In a Disaster
This quiz focuses on concert disasters and mishaps.
A few hours before the 1979 performance of this British rock band at Riverfront Coliseum in Cincinnati, Ohio, a stampede of concert-goers outside the coliseum's entry doors resulted in the deaths of eleven people.
The Rolling Stones
On August 20, 1988, two people were tragically trampled to death during this band's performance at the Monsters of Rock festival in England. Events such as these earned them the moniker "The Most Dangerous Band in the World."
Guns N' Roses
Why was Metallica's performance cut short at the Olympic Stadium in Montreal on August 8 1992?
James Hetfield complained that he was suffering from vocal problems.
James Hetfield suffered second degree burns after standing too close to a pyrotechnic special effect.
A group of fans had a confrontation that quickly turned into a scuffle
Two attendees were killed during a stampede
Name the musician who was found dead in his hotel room during a world tour with his band to promote their latest album, Elegantly Wasted.
John Henry Bonham
On March 22, 2017, there was an explosion at the end of a concert by this singer that resulted in 22 people killed.
While this band played a set at a festival in Roskilde, Denmark on June 30, 2000, nine people were killed as fans rushed to the stage. The band's song "Love Boat Captain" refers to the events with the line "Lost nine friends we'll never know... two years ago today."
Hot temperatures, long lines for expensive water and poor planning allowed destruction and violence to run rampant as this event was held to celebrate the 30th anniversary of “peace, love, and happiness”.
None of these
What album were Depeche Mode promoting during their 1993 "most debauched rock tour ever" when David Gaham had a heart attack on stage?
Music for the Masses
Songs of Faith and Devotion
The Station nightclub fire occurred on February 20, 2003, in this town during a performance of Jack Russell's Great White.
Newark, New Jersey
West Warwick, Rhode Island
Dimebag Darrell, co-founder and former guitarist of this metal band, was shot and killed by a schizophrenic gunman while on stage during a performance with Damageplan on December 8, 2004.
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