WORST CONCERT WALKOUTS!

Creed were one of those post-grungey pop bands that pretended to be like Pearl Jam which were huge in the late 90s and early 00s. Their Waterloo was a concert in 2002 where the performance was so bad that fans not only left, they sued. The court papers alleged that lead singer Scott Stapp was so "intoxicated and/or medicated that he was unable to sing the lyrics of a single Creed song." Stapp actually had to lie down and roll around on the stage at various points during the show. The band were largely unapologetic, later telling fans in a press release that they had been treated to "the most unique of all Creed shows." Maybe this was the death knell for the band, who broke up a year later (unfortunately for audiences they have since re-formed).

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WORST CONCERT WALKOUTS!

Sometimes fans vote with their feet - we check out some of the worst ever concert walkouts, when the artists were so bad not even their faithful fans could bear it!

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