Five fans were wounded at Bay Area rapper E-40's sold-out concert in Denver Saturday. One victim was listed in critical condition and remains hospitalized as of Sunday.

Authorities are still searching for suspects who went on a shooting spree in the early hours of Saturday morning following the event. According to reports, the shooting occurred in front of Denver's Club Vinyl as fans were making their way out of the venue. The shots were fired into a crowd of approximately 100 people. One witness reportedly saw "50 or 60 people running for their lives."

The hotel across the street from the club was also sprayed with bullets. Kendall Davis, a security guard for the hotel, said that Denver police come to the club up to five times a week and that altercations there are frequent. Six alleged crimes have taken place at the club in the past six months. Two years ago Denver Broncos player Darrent Williams was shot and killed in his limousine following an altercation at a club on the same block as Vinyl.
Police have released minimal information regarding the event but have confirmed that there were multiple shooters involved. Those with any information on the shooting are asked to contact the Denver authorities.

E-40 just recently released his new album 'The Ballstreet Journal,' featuring Akon, Too Short, and the Game.