METALLICA's 'Dreamfest' Performance Angers Neighbors In San Francisco
According to SF Gate, METALLICA‘s live performance in San Francisco Wednesday evening (September 26) angered a few of the neighbors due to the noise, which traveled a substantial distance throughout the town.
METALLICA performed an enormous live performance at Civic Center Plaza as a part of the ninth annual Dreamfest fundraising occasion for UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital.
People reported listening to the live performance from as distant as Dogpatch, Cole Valley and the Mission. The performace was a part of Salesforce‘s annual Dreamforce convention and the purpose was to lift tens of millions for UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospitals, the hospital that bears Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff‘s title.
“Not a dream for me,” wrote one native resident on Twitter. “Wrong to make a whole metropolis a non-public venue. Anyone who thinks it is nice might be going house on the finish of the week.”
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“Most folks outgrow making the neighbors take heed to your favourite band someday in faculty,” tweeted one other neighbor. “Clearly Salesforce thinks it is a good look in middle-age.”
The night started with a reception by which Dr. Michael Anderson, president of UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospitals, introduced Myla Cunanan, a 14-year-old most cancers survivor, with the united states General Colin Powell Medal of Courage Award.
The $1,000-per-ticket occasion additionally included appearances by Janet Jackson, plus MC Hammer and DJ Rob Garza in an after-party from 9:30 p.m. to midnight in City Hall.
In whole, the annual live performance has raised $60 million for UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospitals.
Dreamforce is described as “4 days of innovation, inspiration and studying, equality, giving again and enjoyable for the Salesforce neighborhood.”