Twenty One Pilots Had to End their Moscow Show Earlier: Bomb Threat

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The concert took place on October 22 (2016) in Moscow Sokol Music Hall (Have you bought 21 pilots tickets at our site?). All of a sudden the periscope video stopped broadcasting. It made millions of fans confused and curious of what might have happened. The reason for it was a bomb threat. How and who informed the show agents about the bomb is unknown.

Whether the bomb was really in the Music Hall or not is either unclear. The fact is the fans were scared and not satisfied as they were looking forward to the show but couldn’t get the most of it.

Twenty One Pilots posted a message in Twitter saying that they were in safety but the police ordered them to stop the performance due to a bomb threat. Then the message was deleted. Afterwards, another one appeared written by Tyler Joseph: “Josh and I can’t believe we get to play our music in Russia. So proud. Moscow was amazing. St. Petersburg tomorrow”.

The band played in Russia for the first time. It is a part of their world concert tour which was prompted with “Heathens” success. The song has become a soundtrack to the movie “Suicide Squad”. Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun have recently visited “Saturday Night Live”. The invited to the show are world-known people who become even more famous thanks to SNL’s rating. The soaring popularity of Twenty One Pilots cuts records on charts. It means that the guys have turned into world’s favorites for the short period of time.

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