The entire structure was blown over sometime Saturday. Tim Vogt, vice president of finance for the Walton Arts Center, said the gust seems to have come from the southeast.
Crews aren't rebuilding it just yet, first, they must assess the damage.
The insurance adjuster was on site Monday checking it all out.
According to Vogt, the first priority is making sure the site is safe.
But he said there's no need to worry about future dangers.
"The tent obviously has, is structurally sound and it is engineered to withstand some pretty significant wind loads. We don't know what the wind load was out there so it's really just speculation at this point, but it is a very safe structure," Vogt said.
The silver lining in all of this?
Mother Nature struck at the best time possible during the AMP's summer season.
There's about six weeks until the next show, so it should give crews plenty of time to rebuild.
Vogt said the upcoming Miranda Lambert show will go on as planned.
"Miranda Lambert was not going to be under the tent anyway, very similar to some of the shows we've done earlier this season, we have a secondary stage we set up outside of the tent," he said.