Almost three years to the day of a concert at the Washington Avenue Armory that led to a riot, the Armory's operators are suing the Atlanta-based rap trio Migos.
The venue is claiming that the group incited the brawl in which six people were stabbed.
And a concert goer is suing the band, and the Armory, for injuries he said he suffered during the night of the show.
Court documents show that the Armory is charging that Migos arrived hours late, smelled of alcohol and marijuana, and did not do a "meet and greet" with fans who paid in advance.
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