VIDEO: Concert-Goers Get ROCKED By Mother Nature

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Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado was pelted with hail, injuring dozens, as seen on videos posted on social media.

The intense and brief hail storm started before a scheduled performance by Louis Tomlinson, a former One Direction member.

In a tweet that shared a video of the storm, one user wrote, “Tonight was the scariest night of my life.”

The user, Nicole, explained that the hail began “pelting people,” adding that she and her sister “luckily found shelter under a sign.”

She describes bleeding and having “huge bumps on [her] head from the hail,” sharing her hope that “everyone made it out safely.”

West Metro Fire and Rescue in Lakewood, Colorado, wrote in a Facebook post that they were responding to the hail storm at the Amphitheater to assist the injured.

In the Facebook post, the rescuers described how it responded to the hail storm at the Red Rocks Amphitheater on Wednesday (June 21), that “interrupted the night’s concert, sending concert-goers running for cover.”

The Fire and Rescue Service revealed that there were reports of “tennis ball size” hail falling on the crowd and injuring “nearly 100 people,” seven of which had to be transported to hospitals with broken bones and cuts.

The post continued that eighty to ninety concert-goers “were treated on scene by Stadium Medical and West Metro paramedics.”

On Thursday, the Amphitheater responded to the hailstorm, initially stating that the weather caused a delay in the concert.

However, it later clarified that the weather had cleared up before announcing that the show had been postponed.