The city of Frisco announced the cancellation in a late afternoon May 1 news release, also stating its special event permit would be revoked and its remaining two weeks of operations canceled.

Calls to police reporting fighting, gunshots, emergency exits being padlocked and more were all listed as reasons for the shut down.

This is the first time Frisco officials have revoked a special event permit, Communications Director Dana Baird said.

Social media posts claimed there were gunshots at or near the fair. Frisco Police officials deemed the posts inaccurate.

Residents who previously purchased tickets to the fair can contact the Frisco Fair operator, according to the news release. More information on the fair, including contact information, can be found here.