SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) — It was another large crowd of fans that gathered at AT&T Park in San Francisco Wednesday night for the final show of Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s North American tour, but this time the music was mostly confined to the ballpark—not surrounding neighborhoods.
On Tuesday night, people as far the Castro called 311 to complain about the noise but neighboring Potrero hill was remained mostly quiet during Wednesday night’s performance after adjustments were made to the sound system.READ MORE: SF Man Found Fatally Shot Early Saturday Near Oakland's Lake Merritt
But just across, McCovey Cove, it was still loud enough for fans, who didn’t have tickets, to enjoy. Some called the experience, “Freeyoncé.”Counties Across California Want Out of Blue Shield-Administered Vaccine Program
“This is great; it’s joyful. It’s loving people,” said one fan who didn’t want to use his name. “The music is great and they only have more day no matter how loud the music gets.”
For others,however, the silence was golden.MORE NEWS: VIDEO: San Francisco Firefighters Rescue Labrador Puppy From Fort Funston Cliff
Wednesday night’s performance was the 19th and final one for the star couple’s North American ‘On The Run’ tour.