- Publish Date
- Tuesday, 18 October 2022, 10:42AM
Tame Impala posted a warning to their Instagram stories yesterday, following audience members experiencing seizures during a show at Auckland's Spark Arena.
The band cautioned people who are "susceptible to seizures" as their light shows are pretty intense.
The statement reads: "Hey guys, just a reminder that there are some quite intense visual moments in our show, so please be careful if you think you might be sensitive to such things or susceptible to seizures.
"Also, if you see someone in trouble, do the right thing by your fellow concertgoer and help them/signal for help. We can usually get help there really quickly. We've seen that making some space and making a path is reeallly [sic] helpful (this goes for all kinds of medical emergencies).
They closed the post by writing, "There were a couple of people who experienced a seizure last night which were treated on-site by St John's and thankfully were not major/didn't need to go to hospital. Thanks to everyone who assisted/helped."
This article was first published on themusic.com.au
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