THIS is the moment a hip hop gig descends into chaos as fans punch and kick each other.
Two men are thrown to the floor and repeatedly kicked in the face in the violent scenes.
The D-Block Europe concert at the Utilita Arena in Birmingham on Tuesday, November 30 descended into chaos after a fight broke out.
In shocking scenes captured at the venue, a scrum of gig-goers can be seen dancing in what appears to be a mosh pit.
Two men dressed ion tracksuits are seen lunging at each other and begin to throw punches as screams can be heard.
A girl runs past and shouts of "stop, stop" can be heard as the two men fall to the floor and continue to scrap.
Two more men then come into view and continue to fight as another man falls to the floor and is repeatedly kicked.
One of the men, dressed in black and white, is thrown to the floor and another assailant kicks him in the face several times.
Worried gig-goers can be heard in the background urging him to stop.
The Sun understands another fan was stretchered out of the concert in a medical incident that is not related to the brawl.
A spokesperson for the National Exhibition Centre (NEC), which runs the arena, said: "said: “As a responsible venue operator, we are committed to providing safe venues with robust security, medical and welfare regimes in place.
"We are aware that there was an altercation at D-Block Europe on Tuesday (30th November) for which, no medical staff were required.
"This was dealt with by staff, appropriate action was taken, and the event wasn’t affected.”
A spokesperson for West Midlands Police said: "We received a third party report yesterday (1 December) of an assault at Utilita Arena, Birmingham which is understood to have happened at 10pm on 30 November.
"At this stage, no victims have made a report and no suspects have been identified.
"If you have any further information, please contact us via Live Chat on our website. Please quote crime reference number 20/1925636/21."
D-Block Europe's reps have been contacted for comment.
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