The commotion took place at the Philips Stadion in Eindhoven, where singer-songwriter Guus Meeuwis was knock off.
It comes less than a week after the terror attack on London Go, where eight people were killed in a van and knife rampage.
The incident took place at the Philips Stadion in the Netherlands
Helicopters reportedly circiled the display as armed police work to contain the threat.
Photos from the brouhaha show a number of police cars parked outside the stadium.
Eindhoven the Old Bill have since claimed the “serious, suspicious situation” is under manage.
A number of police cars were photographed outside the colosseum
Police have since claimed the situation is under mastery
Officers have arrested a 29-year-old man in relation to the incident, a police averral confirmed.
The man was already known to authorities and was found to be acting suspiciously at the get around.
Visitors did not panic over the incident, according to reports
There are also dispatches police were dispatched to the city’s main railway station.
One behold tweeted: “Helis are still hovering around centrum. Never grasped such police deployment in Eindhoven.”
Another wrote: “Apparently there is a demon threat in my freaking city… Just saw all these police jalopies at the freaking station in Eindhoven.”
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Police in Eindhoven reportedly used a “CTER” code, meaning the happening was terror related.
Local reports said there was little anxiety among visitors after security for the event was already scaled up fathom the bombing at Manchester Arena in May.
The Manchester bombing, carried out by Salman Abedi, socialistic 22 people dead and dozens more injured.