JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Several videos circulating through social media show a brawl happened overnight Saturday at Mavericks, a concert venue and bar inside the Jacksonville Landing.
Multiple angles show punches thrown and others jumping in, but it's unclear if anyone was injured.
First Coast News reached out to the concert promoter as well as the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office but we have not received a response. We also reached out to the City of Jacksonville, who did not respond.
The concert where the fight took place started at 10 p.m. and ended after midnight.
At one point in the videos, someone is heard over the loud speaker telling people to exit the building.
Local performers were on stage as the massive fight went on.
Videos of the brawl spread across Instagram, Snapchat and Facebook as the Landing entered its final days serving Jacksonville.
Several businesses at the Landing, including Mavericks, were granted an extension by the City of Jacksonville to stay open through June.
Originally set to close at the end May, city officials offered an extra week for businesses to make arrangements to move.
Promotion items for Saturday night's concert show that the event was going to be the last Saturday Mavericks was going to host anything.
Statement from City of Jacksonville:
“Bar and restaurant owners are required to operate safely and compliance of laws and regulations no matter where they are located.
We will speak with the operator Monday morning but anticipate this is the final event at that location.”