Harry Styles Fan Files Lawsuit Over Crowd Surge Injuries – What Can We Expect?

Contributing Author: John J. Perlstein

A 2019 crowd surge at a Harry Styles concert has resulted in substantial injuries for at least one concertgoer, leading her to file a lawsuit against those who could be held responsible. According to Variety, the plaintiff is seeking action for general negligence against a number of defendants, including the concert’s venue (the Forum), its former owner (Madison Square Garden Entertainment Corp MSG .), Madison Square Garden Sports Corp. MSG , LiveNation, and ticketing services Stubhub and Ticketmaster. Harry Styles is not listed in the suit. The plaintiff’s allegations state that concert organizers “had a duty to but failed to provide sufficient seating, lighting, security, supervision, crowd control, or otherwise provide for the safety of concert goers [sic] that night.”

The concert, in celebration of the release of Styles’ album Fine Line, was sold-out with thousands of zealous

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