USC's annual Springfest concert was canceled early on Saturday night at approximately 9:10 p.m. due to "overcrowding," according to the Los Angeles Fire Department. Of the four people who needed assistance by LAFD, at least one person was taken to the hospital. Two of them decided to not receive treatment.

Rap/hip-hop group Migos were two songs into their set when the concert was shut down. Prior to the group's performance, announcers onstage repeatedly asked the crowd to settle down. The event was scheduled to last until 10:45 p.m.

The event was shut down by the Los Angeles Fire Department, according to a dispatcher at DPS, who was unable to confirm additional details.

Around the time of the cancellation, DPS tweeted that the event had "reached capacity."

USC Concerts Committee, the group in charge of the event, posted on Facebook in efforts to clear people out of McCarthy Quad, where the event was held.

"We need everyone to clear out," the group posted. "Please get home safe."

There was another group, Rae Sremmurd, set to play after Migos.

This story is developing and will be updated as information becomes available.

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