Country star Miranda Lambert received rave reviews for her Friday night performance at the Darien Lake Performing Arts Center in New York. In fact, the star was so popular that trespassing and fake IDs became a problem at the event.
The Daily News reported on Saturday that a number of attendees were arrested at the concert, including 42-year-old Michael P. Hoenow who allegedly got into the concert by going through the back gate. He was arrested for trespassing after refusing to produce a ticket for the show.
Paul M. Wojcik was arrested on similar charges, though the 22-year-old also got into trouble with the police when he too was caught illegally entering the grounds and was unwilling to leave the center.
One individual was charged for using a false ID to get into the concert. Though the true identity of this person remains unknown, the individual presented a fake New York State driver's license and date of birth. Another was also charged for providing an incorrect date of birth upon entry.
While police had their hands full during the concert, Lambert gave the audience a spirited, committed performance as she went through a 20-song set. According to Buffalo News the singer gave a flawless show filled with hits and unwavering energy.
Lambert continues to promote her new album Platinum, which was released June 3, 2014. The star will be reuniting with her fellow country musician and husband Blake Shelton this fall for a concert in Las Vegas.