The Not3s singer pauses a big Summer festival after a fight broke out between the audience

Security slammed into the scene as Not3s pulled the plug on its own at The Hoe in Plymouth, Devon, as a scuffle broke out between spectators – bringing the festival to a brief standstill

Not3s sees drama at a big Summer festival on Friday

Drama broke out at the 1 Big Summer festival in Plymouth on Friday during a performance by the upcoming and upcoming Not3s musician – with proceedings halted when a trio of female singers were injured.

The 24-year-old singer-songwriter was midway through a performance when an uproar broke out and he requested that the performance be halted immediately while the incident is investigated.

Not3s – whose real name is Lukman Odunaike, from Hackney, East London – is said to have dropped out midway through a performance of a song when he unplugged himself.

Three girls are said to have been pulled from the audience with at least one injured with blood splattered from their faces.

The incident took place on Friday in Plymouth



Plymouth live reporting Not3s called on his DJ to stop his gig and shouted: “Hey, stop, stop, stop, stop… What’s going on there? All this cat scratch business…”

It was reported that security then rushed to the scene to investigate what was going on and pull individuals away from the audience.

Plymouth Live reporter Amber Edwards said: “Three girls were pulled out. It’s pretty bad – a person has a nose and mouth bleed.

“He stopped in the middle of the song because he could see what was going on. Security simultaneously ran to the middle of the front, pulled a girl over screaming and went crazy. Then two security guards pulled. she goes.

“Then they pulled over another girl, whose face was covered with blood. Then another girl. Then another sobbed about three minutes later.”

While another viewer claimed the girl in question was “scrambled” for security during the competition.

Mirror has reached out to representatives of Not3s and a Big Summer festival for comment.

The festival will take place at The Hoe in Plymouth, Devon, all weekend – with three-day performances during Platinum Jubilee bank week on the weekend.

On Thursday night, Basement Jaxx and The Ibiza Orchestra led the event, while Years & Years and Nina Nesbitt were among the highlights on Friday.

Saturday’s performers include The Libertines, Supergrass and Sam Tompkins with some tickets still available for the final day of the festival.

Festival organizers announced earlier this year that they expect the festival to be a regular success in Plymouth.

One person said last month: “In the aftermath of the pandemic, we knew we had to go above and beyond to make this happen.

“We have a world-class production team, to go with our team of world-class talent! Our aim is to build a legacy here and one that can grow year after year! ‘

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