DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – A hip hop concert at The House of Blues led to a massive crowd gathering in downtown Dallas Sunday night.READ MORE: Texas-Born Astronaut Shane Kimbrough 1 Of 4 Set To Launch On Board SpaceX's Crew Dragon
The Dallas Police Department brought out crowd control support and shut down Lamar, Houston, and Victory streets after crowds responded to artist J. Cole’s pop-up concert.
The performer offered a surprise $1 concert during his “Dollar And A Dream” tour at The House of Blues.
Dollar and A Dream Dallas. House of Blues. 2200 N Lamar St. $1. Be safe
— J. Cole (@JColeNC) June 21, 2015
Police say that after the concert sold out, over 600 took to the streets, some taking part in physical altercations.
Officers were able to tamp down the crowds and re-open streets before 9 p.m Sunday. No word on if any arrests were made.READ MORE: Nothing Wasted: Fort Worth Salon Prides Itself On Being Eco-Friendly
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