TULSA, Oklahoma - Some fans got carried away Monday evening after the BOK Center announced the Travis Scott show had been postponed. Tulsa Police even had to use pepper balls to disperse the crowd.

The BOK Center says the show was called off because of technical production issues but that didn't stop some disappointed fans who expressed their frustration.

"Just a little bit by throwing stuff at the building and attempting to get into the building so we had to use pepper balls in order to assist the disbursement of the crowd," said TPD Sgt. Jeremy Noland 

Police say a glass door was also damaged. Some fans say they drove hours and each paid 200 dollars for tickets.

"It sucks driving all the way here but I'd do anything to see Travis Scott you know I love it music I love all of his stuff," said one fan.

Just about an hour and a half before the concert the BOK center put out a statement that the concert was called off because of technical production issues.

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Tulsa Police say within minutes the crowd cleared and that thankfully no fans or Officers were hurt and no one was arrested.

"We want them to enjoy their concert and we want them to get here safely," said Sgt. Noland.

The BOK center says the concert has been rescheduled for March 26. All tickets that were bought for Monday's show will be honored.