A 16-year-old boy has died and three others remain hospitalized in Cleveland after a fight broke out following a concert by George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic Saturday night.
Clinton and his "funk band" headlined a "Family Unity in the Park" festival in Cleveland, a free, one-day event on the city's east side designed to strengthen the local community.
But the festival turned ugly after Clinton's concert. During the fight, an unidentified man pulled out a handgun and shot the 16-year-old boy in the head.
The gunman also shot a 20-year-old woman in the neck, and a 14-year-old boy and a 23-year-old man in the legs.
All four were taken to MetroHealth Medical Center, and the 16-year-old died there Sunday morning.
The woman who was shot remains in critical condition, while the two other injured people are listed in stable condition, according to a spokeswoman at Cleveland's Emergency Medical Services.
The Cleveland police say they do not have a description of the shooter and they are asking the public to come forward with leads.
Cleveland police Sgt. Sammy Morris told The Associated Press authorities do not know the cause of the fight.
The "Family Unity in the Park" festival was in its eighth year in Cleveland. The festival features local and national musical acts and information booths set up by community organizations. Thousands attend the annual, free event.