Not everyone was excited about President Donald Trump's visit to Music City Wednesday.
More than 2,500 people gathered downtown Nashville to protest his rally at Municipal Auditorium.
Although the crowd appeared largely peaceful, Metro police said two people were cited — a man for shoving someone and a woman for fighting in line.
Police did not say whether they were protesters or supporters, according to The Tennessean.
Trump's rally took place just as a federal judge in Hawaii ruled to put his [revised] immigrant travel ban on hold.
BREAKING: Federal judge in Hawaii halts version 2.0 of President Trump's Muslim Ban. More to come. #NoBanNoWallNoRaids— ACLU National (@ACLU) March 15, 2017
Meet the protester who interrupted Trump's rally https://t.co/aI3zNPJDnD— The Tennessean (@Tennessean) March 16, 2017
Trump came to Nashville, so a few (thousand) of us came by for some peaceful protest b/c we've already had enough. pic.twitter.com/x7uyWvaa5W— pedestriansaint (@pedestriansaint) March 16, 2017