Migos' concert at Georgia Southern University ended early last night (April 18) when police showed up, stopped the music, and arrested Quavo, Offset, and several members of their entourage. In the video below, obtained by TMZ, you can hear the music come to a stop while police wait backstage. 

Both Quavo and Offset were arrested for marijuana possession (a misdemeanor), possession of a schedule II narcotic (we're told they found cocaine, Oxycontin, and codeine), as well as possession of a firearm. Seeing as they were performing at GSU, they were charged with carrying a gun on school property, and, what's worse--Offset, who was released from prison in October 2013 after serving 10 months for parole violation, is charged with gun possession by a convicted felon.

No word as to why Takeoff was exempt from all charges. The charges are an unfortunate setback in what has, thus far, been a standout year for the Migos crew. We hope the arrests won't affect the release of their debut album, YRN: ThaAlbum (June 16), though we'll keep you updated as details of the case continue to unfold.