PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The Kenny Chesney concert is wrapped, his entourage is on the way out of town and the overall assessment is that everything went well.

“Even with the storms that came through, this weekend was a very successful on the North Shore,” said Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto.

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Due to traffic jams on the neighboring parkways, the streets and parking lots wound up opening about 45 minutes early – and the spirits were flowing.

“It’s all good, no trash, everybody’s having a good time, everybody’s friends,” said one concert-goer.

Well, not quite everybody. There were some issues. Some fans got a bit out of control, resulting in a few scuffles with 11 arrests and a number of people who simply had a bit too much.

“You’re going to have that anytime you have an event like this and people do like to party and some folks can hold their alcohol and some can’t, but for the most part, the majority of the people that were here were having a good time,” said Pittsburgh Operations Chief Guy Costa.

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Costa estimates a quarter of the crowd in the parking lot were only there for the party, but quickly left at 7 p.m. when police swept the area.

And there were a few charges and citations associated with drinking, but not all is enforceable.

Any strict blanket enforcement of open container laws at concerts would also have to take place for Pirates and Steeler fans.

“I think it’s a combination between allowing people to have fun, but also not encouraging or enabling behavior that would be dangerous,” said Peduto.

Meetings over the next 24 hours will determine what changes need to be made before this weekend’s Taylor Swift crowd hits the North Shore.

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