Mayor Bill de Blasio said Monday he will be meeting with promoter Clive Davis in the coming days to discuss options.READ MORE: 'Moulin Rouge! The Musical' Wins Big As Broadway Celebrates The 74th Annual Tony Awards
The concert was expected to last for about five hours, but Mother Nature cut it short, giving people who waited in line for hours only two and a half hours of entertainment.
What was supposed to be a fun and long night for people at Central Park ended sooner than planned after lightning struck during Barry Manilow’s performance.READ MORE: Police Seize 7 Vans Allegedly Used As Airbnb Rentals In Manhattan
It forced event organizers to quickly end the concert, sending more than 22,000 concert-goers who danced and partied on the Great Lawn home early Saturday night.
“Extremely frustrating. I was in denial. I said, ‘It’s not over,'” one concert-goer said.
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