Shooting reported at Guaranteed Price Field during White Sox game as ’90s-themed concert canceled – NBC Chicago

A shooting was reported at Grant Rite Field Friday night during a Chicago White Sox game, just before a ’90s-themed concert was scheduled to be held.

The concert was later canceled due to “technical difficulties”.

“Attention fans. Due to technical issues, tonight’s post-match party has been cancelled,” the message read. “We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your understanding. Refunds paid by fans with stadium passes will be credited to the credit card of the original purchaser.”

Vanilla Ice, Rob Base and Tone Loc were scheduled to perform after the game for those in attendance. Fans who have been given stadium passes will be refunded.

According to a police source, a shooting took place inside the park at around 8:45 pm, in which at least two people were injured. No one was reported to have sustained life-threatening injuries.

There is currently no other information available. Check back for updates on this developing story.

An earlier version of this story indicated that Chicago police would provide an update on the shooting Friday night. Police later confirmed that there would be no media update. More information is expected to become available on Saturday.

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