Police responded to large crowds gathered for a Flux Pavillion dubstep show in Santa Monica tonight.
According to Fox 11 News and Twitter's LAScanner, Santa Monica police were aided by cops from Beverly Hills and Culver City to assist with overcrowding at the event at Santa Monica Airport's Hangar 8.
The party was apparently promoted as part of MTV Iggy's Music Experiment and was said ...
... to be part of a taping for future airing.
The U.K.'s Flux Pavillion, a.k.a. Joshua Steele, tweeted that police were turning away crowds.
Flux Pavillion was scheduled to perform from 10:30 p.m. to midnight. Tokimonsta and Steady were the scheduled openers.
No injuries were reported. Just bruised egos, apparently.
— @LAScanner (@LAScanner) November 14, 2012
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LAScanner reports that as many as 3,000 people were estimated to be at the party.