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Metallica played a hometown show on Wednesday night, but fans weren’t the only ones able to hear the band’s performance.

People took to Twitter to complain they couldn’t sleep because of the noise.

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Metallica played an outdoor concert at San Francisco’s Civic Center on Sept. 26. Per Loudwire, the benefit was a success and raised millions of dollars for the University of California San Francisco’s Benioff Children’s Hospital.

However, not everyone was happy with the event. Some neighbors of the venue complained that the sound was too loud, which prevented them from sleeping.

“I can’t sleep because that darn rock band down the street is too loud,” shared on Twitter user who clearly isn’t into rock.

I mean, we love sleep too, but you can do it any other night.

Is this Metallica’s fault or or whoever built this apartment?

We’re sorry for laughing… or maybe we aren’t.

Metallica tour dates

Metallica recently announced they are hitting the road next year for another round of their “WorldWired” tour, and this time, it’s hitting the U.K. and Europe.

The band will be bringing Ghost and Bokassa with them on a 25-date trek across 20 countries.

“We promised we would be back… it’s the return of the European summer vacation,” Metallica wrote in an announcement on their website. “Following the attendance breaking indoor arena run that ended in May of this year, we are psyched to announce that we will be returning to Europe in May of next year to do an outdoor run of our own shows, primarily in stadiums, but also the occasional park and even a castle thrown in for good measure!”

The summer tour kicks off May 1 in Lisbon, Portugal and it wraps up a couple of months later on Aug. 25 in Mannheim, Germany. Check out the list of cities and dates below.


05/01 – Lisbon, Portugal @ Estádio do Restelo
05/03 – Madrid, Spain @ Valdebebas
05/05 – Barcelona, Spain @ Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys
05/08 – Milan, Italy @ SNAI San Siro Hippodrome
05/10 – Zürich, Switzerland @ Letzigrund
05/12 – Paris, France @ Stade de France
06/08 – Dublin, Ireland @ Slane Castle

06/11 – Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Johan Cruijff Arena
06/13 – Köln, Germany @ RheinEnergieStadion
06/16 – Brussels, Belgium @ Koning Boudewijnstadion
06/18 – Manchester, England @ Etihad Stadium
06/20 – London, England @ Twickenham Stadium

07/06 – Berlin, Germany @ Olympiastadion
07/09 – Göteborg, Sweden @ Ullevi
07/11 – Copenhagen, Denmark @ Telia Parken
07/13 – Trondheim, Norway @ Granåsen
07/16 – Hämeenlinna, Finland @ Kantolan Tapahtumapuisto
07/18 – Tartu, Estonia @ Raadi Airfield
07/21 – Moscow, Russia @ Luzhniki Stadium

08/14 – Bucharest, Romania @ Arena Națională
08/16 – Vienna, Austria @ Ernst-Happel-Stadion
08/18 – Prague, Czech Republic @ Airport Letnany
08/21 – Warsaw, Poland @ PGE Narodowy
08/23 – Munich, Germany @ Olympiastadion
08/25 – Mannheim, Germany @ Palastzelt Maimarktgelände

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