For the mission in GTA San Andreas, see Riot (GTA San Andreas).

"This delivery company's got its depot on some prime land. They won't sell. They're hangin' on like a big ol' prairie rat, so we gotta go in there and smoke that vermin out."
Avery Carrington

Riot is the final mission in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City given to protagonist Tommy Vercetti by lawyer Ken Rosenberg from his office in Washington Beach, Vice City.


Tommy walks into Ken's office and finds him talking to Texas property developer Avery Carrington. Avery then tells Tommy about a small company, Spand Express, who own some prime development land and refused to sell it. Avery asks Tommy to destroy the company's delivery trucks, first starting a riot to distract the security guards. Tommy leaves the office and drives to Rafael's to pick up some overalls, before driving to the Spand Express depot. Once there, Tommy starts a riot by attacking some of the striking workers, then kills the remaining security guards and destroys the three delivery trucks parked there.

Mission Objectives

In order to complete the mission the player must:

  • Go get some new threads from Rafael's clothes shop.
  • Start fighting with at least 4 workers to get a riot started.
  • Destroy the vans in the compound!


The reward for completing this mission is $ 1000, Coveralls Outfit is unlocked along with Baseball Bat available in Bunch of Tools and the missions Treacherous Swine and Four Iron are unlocked.


  • This is one of only two missions where Spand Express trucks are available. Their color is different from the one available in Jury Fury. One of the trucks can be kept by destroying it in a safehouse garage if the player owns a safehouse with a garage.

Post Mission Phone Call

  • Juan Cortez: Hola, is this Mr. Vercetti?
  • Tommy Vercetti: Yeah.
  • Juan Cortez: This is Cortez. You were at my party.
  • Tommy Vercetti: Yeah, I remember.
  • Juan Cortez: Mr. Vercetti, it was a most unfortunate incident happened with your business deal.
  • Tommy Vercetti: I know.
  • Juan Cortez: I want you to know me, and my people are doing their utmost to get to the bottom of it. If you'd like to talk to me more privately , you can find me at the boat, eh? Good day, señor.



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