Imagine the scene; you’re seeing one of your favourite bands at their tour finale date. It’s an arena show. Fans from all over the country (as well as from other countries) have travelled to see it. The band’s just performed one of their new songs before walking off stage at the end of their set. There’s a sea of feedback from their guitars left to ring out as the sound slowly gets drowned our by cheers from fans chanting for an encore. Except, as their cheers grow, so does a plume of smoke that’s suddenly bellowing from one of the amps on stage. There’s a spark and now both amps are on fire, flames nearly double the size of the sound gear, and it’s spreading across the band’s entire backline as sirens blare. Then, bang, an explosion comes from the ceiling above the stage. Sparks fly everywhere and there’s more smoke. Moments later there’s a creaking noise and the lighting rig collapses above the audience, swinging wildly from the ceiling, narrowly missing the equipment below it on stage, followed by another section falling down as the stage erupts in a sea of explosions, fire and sparks. And then silence.