The Chainsmokers held a drive-in concert over the weekend and judging by footage of the event, it was quite the success.

The show, which was held in the Hamptons, New York, on July 25, was done in the name of charity and seemed to have garnered quite the crowd. In a two-second video of the event that's been circulating Twitter, taken from behind the DJ booth, concertgoers are huddled around for as far as the eye can see. 

While anyone who has attended a concert can tell you that this is pretty normal, the fact that its happening amid the coronavirus pandemic is causing some controversy online. As outlined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, social distancing, including maintaining a six-foot distance between parties, is key to stopping the spread of the disease.

Another video of the concert shared by TMZ, taken from the side of the stage, paints the same picture of a potentially hazardous scene, however, according to the outlet, precautions were taken to help ensure everyone's safety. 

Those precautions included temperature checks before entry, as well as giving patrons access to complimentary hand sanitizer and face masks. The venue also planned to have concertgoers remain socially-distanced while on the 100-acre property, but as the video proved, they didn't seem to be so successful in that measure. 

All proceeds from The Chainsmokers concert went to No Kid Hungry, Southampton Fresh Air Home, and the Children's Medical Fund of New York. Despite the group's charitable efforts, that didn't stop Twitter users from sharing their disapproval at the apparent disregard for the health and safety of others and themselves on Monday.

"Imagine giving yourself COVID to watch the Chainsmokers hit 'Play' on their 2018 Macbook Pro," one user tweeted in response to the viral video.

Another wrote, "Infuriating to people, like my family, who have be staying home and following science for 5 months."

However, there were a few users who chimed in to remind people that you can't always believe what you see.

Alongside a video of what appeared to be the same concert, one person shared, "Not sure if this is from that show. Everyone (that I could see) stayed in their assigned areas with their cars."

"They actually did keep social distancing. find more videos from ground level. Your eyes deceive you," another user explained. "If you see groups of people, that means they came together. crowd was sectioned into distanced groups. in the back, everyone was in their cars. Do more research."

chainsmokers DJs Alex Pall (L) and Andrew Taggart of The Chainsmokers arrive for the Billboard Music Awards at the T-Mobile Arena on May 21, 2017, in Las Vegas. Photo: Getty Images