The police used pepper balls after a crowd waiting for a concert at the BOK Center became excited after the show was postponed and the glass in one of the facility's doors was broken.
Police Sgt. Brandon Smith said that after rapper Travis Scott's show was postponed, a large number of people at the southeastern entrance to the BOK struck the glass doors of the facility and broke one of them.
He said the police used pepper balls and scattered the crowd.
No one was beaten and no injuries were reported, he said.
The release honored all tickets purchased for the show during the new date.
Scott posted this message at 7:30 pm on social networks: "Tulsa so sorry, I can not perform at the sold-out show tonight. We had short-term production problems and I can not give you an incomplete show. Postponed until March 26, all tix still valid. Everyone comes home safely.
Sheck Wes was to perform with Scott during the BOK Center Show.
Scott has been nominated for three Grammys: Best Rapper Formance ("Sicko Mode"), Best Rap Song ("Sicko Mode") and Best Rap Album (AstroWorld) at the 61st Grammy Awards, which took place on Sunday. He also appeared at the awards ceremony of the Grammy Awards.
The past Scott shows have been postponed due to production issues, including tour stops in Tampa, Milwaukee, Cleveland and Hartford, Connecticut. According to Billboard, production problems have arisen due to a "complex stage design with a carnival theme".
Fans picked up the argument and posted it on Twitter.
Oklahoma will be ready for RAGE on March 26th !! pic.twitter.com/n8cr5HdqAN
– aaron.wav (@aaron_wav) February 12, 2019