The actor looked relaxed as he performed alongside his fellow band members

By Jodi Guglielmi
Updated June 01, 2016 04:55 PM
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The show must go on.

Johnny Depp took the stage with his band the Hollywood Vampires in Denmark on Wednesday, amid domestic violence allegations made by his estranged wife Amber Heard.

The actor looked relaxed as he performed alongside fellow band members Alice Cooper and Joe Perry on the fourth stop on their European tour.

One concertgoer gushed about the performance, telling PEOPLE the crowd went crazy for Depp.

“Johnny seemed okay. I heard some women in the crowd saying that he looked a little sad at the beginning of the show but I think that is just how he is. He looked happy,” one concertgoer told PEOPLE. “When he opened his mouth the women in the crowd started screaming and cried out for him – and he just smiled.”

Fans swiftly took to social media, posting numerous snaps of the actor rocking out on stage at the venue in Horsens, which once served as a state penitentiary.

“Look where I am,” one user wrote alongside a shot of Depp onstage.

Another fan praised Depp for his impressive guitar playing skills.

“I almost like him more playing guitar then when he’s acting,” they wrote.

The performance comes as new photos and more shocking details about his marriage to Heard continue to unfold.

Heard was granted a temporary restraining order against Depp on May 27. In the court filing, the actress claims Depp was abusive to her throughout their relationship.

For much more about Depp and Amber’s toxic marriage and explosive divorce, pick up the new issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday

New photos published in this week’s PEOPLE cover story show Heard with facial injuries that allegedly resulted from a December 2015 altercation with Depp that she cited in her court filing.

A rep for Depp has not responded to PEOPLE’s requests for comment regarding the photos. The actor’s divorce attorney Laura Wasser, however, said in court documents that Heard is “attempting to secure a premature financial resolution by alleging abuse.”

Reporting by PHILIP BOUCHER