U2 fans who waited 30 years for The Joshua Tree tour arrived at Levis Stadium Wednesday night with high expectations of the venue, the accessibility, the food and of course, the music.
Unfortunately, for many of the 50,000 concertgoers, a good time was not the reality.
Many who attended the only Bay Area stop for the band's tour flooded social media with complaints about the concession stands running out of food before the band took the stage.
Concert attendee, Francis Conway tweeted, “Levi’s Stadium ran out of food before the first song by #U2. Don’t get me started on the security lines just to get in…”
Another Twitter user said the concession stand had run out of beer too.
Not only did many fans not get some grub for the show, according to Twitter user Dan Reynish, some fans didn’t get the chance to purchase U2 merchandise after the show either.
But the problems didn’t stop there. After the opening performance by Mumford and Sons, fans waited over an hour to listen to the highly anticipated show.
At the end of the night, Twitter was flooded with mixed emotions. Many U2 fans couldn’t contain their excitement after the 30-year wait while others couldn’t wait to get out of the venue.