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Disorder broke out following the Kiss Haunted House Party at the SSE Arena, Wembley, on Friday, which saw performances from Stormzy, Sean Paul and Anne-Marie
By Anna Grace on 28 Oct 2019
Police in London responded to “significant disorder” following a Kiss FM-promoted concert at the 12,500-capacity SSE Arena, Wembley, on Friday night (25 October).
Acts playing at the sold-out, Halloween-themed Kiss Haunted House Party included Stormzy, Sean Paul, Young T and Bugsey, Anne-Marie, Liam Payne, Jax Jones and Aitch.
“Officers are on scene at Wembley Arena following significant disorder after the Kiss Haunted House event,” read a post on the Twitter page of the local police service at 11.44 p.m. on Friday evening.
“Numerous arrests have been made, officers are asking people to disperse immediately to the nearby tube stations.”
No injuries were reported.
“The safety of event-goers is of huge priority to us”
“The safety of event-goers is of huge priority to us. We have cooperated fully with the venue and police to ensure a swift resolve to any issues,” said a spokesperson for the event.
The unrest followed the sixth edition of Haunted House Party, hosted by UK urban and dance music radio station Kiss, which has seen past performances from the likes of Rita Ora, Stefflon Don and Jess Glynne.
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