It should have been a special Saturday night in Brooklyn for fans heading to Depot 52. Last night, legendary electronic musician Eric Prydz was going to perform a four-hour set at the New York venue in which he had played the night before. However, the local Fire Marshall canceled the event leaving concert-goers confused in the streets. Although no official reason for the cancelation has been revealed, fans traveling near and far distances took to Twitter to show their discontent.
— Martone (@DJMartone_obv) March 5, 2017
— Peter Tee Pee (@PeterTeePee) March 5, 2017
Drove 4 hours to NYC to see @ericprydz only to find it got cancelled. Womp womp!
— Mike (@graffekta) March 5, 2017
Both Eric Prydz and promoter organization Teksupport tweeted about last night’s debacle.
Still Waiting for an official update, but do not travel to the show…
— Eric Prydz (@ericprydz) March 5, 2017
— Teksupport (@Teksupportnyc) March 5, 2017
Unfortunately, any information resolving refunding issues for the show will have to wait until Monday. We hope to hear more information from Eric Prydz and Teksupport to clear any confusion from last night.