ATLANTA (AP) — A century-old concert hall in downtown Atlanta is being inspected by an engineer -- and postponing at least one upcoming show -- after fans were evacuated during a rock concert.
Atlanta police spokeswoman Kim Jones says Panic! at the Disco was performing Friday night when the floor of The Tabernacle was deemed unsafe. A fire marshal evacuated the building shortly before 10:30 p.m.
Fifteen-year-old Chelle Leary of Roswell says the floor was flat when she entered for Friday's show. But she says she felt as if she was walking up a slight hill as she was being evacuated. No injuries were reported.
Singer-songwriter Corey Smith was scheduled for perform Saturday. He told fans his concert has been rescheduled for May 10 due to floor problems.
The building opened in 1910.