Two musical acts canceled performances while others had to cut theirs short. One act claimed the show’s producers said it was unsafe to perform, another act said there weren’t enough safety measures in place to go on. Some acts arrived three hours late due to weather delays, and that just had a domino effect on the rest of the bill.READ MORE: UPDATE: Flood Waters Shut Down Lanes Of I-880; Alameda's Harbor Bay Parkway, Silverado Trail In Napa
Meanwhile, social media was abuzz with complaints there wasn’t enough shelter, that the festival was not prepared for the weather, and that people were hiding out in port-a-potties by Sunday morning.READ MORE: Atmospheric River: San Francisco Bay Area Takes Wild One Day Ride From Extreme Drought To Flooded Streets
Concert organizers were issuing an apology for weather related technical issues, but not offering refunds.MORE NEWS: Suspect Wanted For Shooting At Petaluma Home
Things were better once the storm eased up, with the pier open, and the ferris wheel operating, but fewer people showed up.