Laval venue apologizes to fans of The Killers after problems during show

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Management at a Laval amphitheatre have apologized for a series of snafus during a weekend concert involving The Killers.

Concert-goers complained about being left out in the cold in frigid temperatures for more than an hour on Saturday night after the venue’s doors were scheduled to open.

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The power also went out on a few occasions during the concert.

It prompted a tweet from the American rock group on its social media accounts on Sunday: “The crowd was electric. The venue was not.”

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Management at Place Bell apologized Sunday, saying they were “faced with different operational issues” and were aware of discontent widely posted on social media.

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Event promoter evenko also shared the same message on its Facebook page.

The 10,000-seat amphitheatre opened in 2017 and is owned by the City of Laval.

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It is home to the Montreal Canadiens’ American Hockey League affiliate, the Laval Rockets.

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