Remember That Time Twenty One Pilots Caused An Earthquake?

…Yep, you read that correctly.

Currently there’s a good chance you’re one of two types of people.

#1. You’ve been to a Twenty One Pilots concert, it was the BEST night of your life and you’re anxiously counting down the seconds until the next one.

#2. You’ve been horribly deprived of seeing Twenty One Pilots live, you cry about it daily,  and you’re anxiously counting down the seconds until you too will one day fit into category #1.

We hate to have to tell you this, but if you fall into the category #2. you ARE missing out! The truth is, Twenty One Pilots are SO good that they basically caused a mini-earthquake in Ottawa, Ontario on the night of April 1st. That’s right, with the weight of 9000 fans jumping around to hits like “Stressed Out” and “Lane Boy“damage to Ottawa’s TD Place is being compared to the impact of a low-magnitude earthquake.

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Read what CBC has to say:

“Excessive vibration in the stands mimicked seismic waves, collapsing the ceiling in several areas of the GoodLife Fitness directly below the arena, according to an engineer’s report obtained by CBC News through an access to information request.”
(article in full here)

“[The singer would] say, ‘Get low!” So everyone would crunch down and then we’d all jump up and start going crazy. For a second I was like, ‘Whoa, this is moving a lot, maybe we should stop.'”

-Meagan Morin

The moral of the story is we all need to go see Twenty One Pilots live ASAP! End of story.

 

 

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