Fans in Hershey, Pennsylvania, did not have the Sunday night they were hoping for.
As concertgoers entered Hersheypark Stadium for the Backstreet Boys, they were told to either seek shelter under the grandstand or head back to their cars on account of a thunderstorm.
When the storm finished, the stadium reopened its doors. The Backstreet Boys hit the stage as the crowd found their seats but the show was short-lived.
Once again, an announcement was made: Another storm was coming in and the audience would have to leave.
Fans were furious and took to Twitter to vent their frustrations over the lack of organization.
“You should have cancelled much earlier. That was a s**t show. Be more organized next time, thunderstorms happen all the damn time. Sincerely, an angry fan,” one person wrote.
Hersheypark did announce that the show would not be held on Monday with no rescheduled date set.
“I would just like to say- what an unorganized s**t show. From the ridiculous unorganized line (s) to get in that lasted 2 hours, to finding out it was cancelled when we got to the front, to the exit out of the parking lot, the whole experience was a mess. Not coming back,” added another person.
“My wife wants to get her money back, don’t be silent on refunds like cowards,” said a third.
Someone else chimed in, “Oh someone from Hershey will be hearing from me as well. Their security and methods of communicating information about the show being postponed and then [cancelled] is an embarrassment for sure.”
ET Canada has reached out to BSB for comment.