Headlining a holiday concert in Sacramento, California, the rock band’s frontman puts a stop to the rendition of ‘Closer to the Edge’ when spotting a commotion in the audience.
Jared Leto halted a 30 Seconds to Mars performance in Sacramento, California on Thursday night, December 06, to scold security guards for taking down a member of the crowd.
The actor and rocker was onstage with his group during their headlining set for local station ALT 94.7’s “Electric Christmas” holiday concert when he spotted a commotion in the audience.
Holding up his hand, Jared quickly abandoned their rendition of “Closer to the Edge” to address the situation, calling on security officials to ease up on the man they had apparently tackled to the ground.
“Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait… Hold on,” he said as he instructed his bandmates to pause the music.
Jared then called on technicians at the Golden 1 Center to turn the lights up so he could get a better look at the scuffle.
It’s not clear why the men were brawling, but the singer urged the security members to “settle down”.
“You don’t need to take that guy down… you guys are being too aggressive tonight,” he continued.
“Do not abuse this guy, relax. Settle down, don’t escalate the situation… There’s like, seven guys on top of this guy, it’s ridiculous…!”
After getting the brawl under control, Jared promptly resumed the performance, declaring, “Back to the song!”
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