Authorities in Indianapolis have confirmed a recent Rascal Flatts show was shut down after someone called in a bomb threat and it was considered a "credible danger.” According to Taste of Country, the country music trio ended their show at the Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center early on August 9 so that the venue could be evacuated. In footage since shared online by a concertgoer, the band's piano player is seen playing a short section from the next song before stopping abruptly. At the time, fans were told the evacuation was due to an unspecified security concern, causing many to be confused and angry. No arrests have been made in connection to the bomb threat so far.
'Credible Danger' From Bomb Threat Caused Rascal Flatts Shutdown