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HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. – A chaotic scene unfolded late Saturday into early Sunday across Huntington Beach, California, after a viral TikTok birthday invitation drew roughly 2,500 people to the beach town, resulting in nearly 150 arrests and damage to numerous local businesses.

The party began on a beach but migrated downtown later in the evening, KABC reported.

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The party was billed in a TikTok video as “Adrian’s Kickback,” referencing a song by Argentine DJ and music producer Adrian Hour, but the birthday party’s honoree was never publicly identified, Deadline reported.

According to KABC, numerous downtown businesses, police vehicles and a lifeguard tower were damaged, but no serious injuries were reported.

Police did confirm, however, that 121 adults and 28 juveniles were arrested on charges including vandalism, setting off illegal fireworks and failure to disperse, The Sacramento Bee reported.

Although police declared an unlawful assembly and imposed an overnight curfew after the crowd turned unruly, partygoers continued to throw rocks, bottles and fireworks at officers, KABC reported.

Jodi McKay confirmed to the TV station that the Huntington Beach Surfing Museum was vandalized during the fracas.

“They ransacked the booths and broke things, unnecessarily stole some merchandise that some of the vendors had,” McKay said. “It just kind of looked like a war zone, quite frankly.”

Click here to see the online fundraiser established to help vendors recover from the damage.