A massive brawl broke out in the VIP section of the British Summertime festival in London’s Hyde Park on June 26 as the Eagles' were performing their song “Take It Easy.”

Photos and videos emerged on social media and were first shared by Metro. In a video, security personnel are seen pushing two men to the ground, while another guard grabs hold of a man by the neck.

A man in an Eagles t-shirt can also be seen throwing punches at security guards, while a woman in a green dress is shepherded off the premises. Several people could be seen getting involved in the scuffles. While the guards were trying hard to hold the fighters back, one uninvolved person was heard screaming: “You’ve got to take it easy!”

While the brawl was on, other concertgoers seemed to not care as they continued to watch the Eagles perform, according to Variety.

The VIP section of the British Summertime festival requires payment of around £399 or $485. Their website lists amenities including a “dedicated premium standing viewing area in front of the stage with unrivaled views of all the Great Oak Stage performances.”

The reason for the brawl remains unknown. It was also not known if there were any injuries following the incident. The total number of people involved in the fight was also not known at the time.

Recently, a video of a brawl that broke out on a Carnival cruise between passengers at a nightclub went viral. The fight got so heated up that the Carnival Magic cruise ship requested assistance from the Coast Guard. At least 60 passengers were involved in a brawl on the dance floor of the ship’s nightclub last week. While it was unclear what caused the fight, it is believed the fight started between two passengers over cheating accusations. “Last night while Carnival Magic was returning to New York, a number of guests were involved in an altercation in a nightclub. Thankfully no serious injuries were reported and our onboard security team intervened," according to a statement by Carnival. “The ship arrived as scheduled this morning and authorities were notified and met the ship to interview suspects and witnesses and conduct an investigation.”

The Eagles, Timothy B. Schmit, Vince Gill, Don Henley and Deacon Frey, perform during the Eagles in Concert at The Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee, Oct. 29, 2017. Rick Diamond/Getty Images