If you were around Potrero Hill last night or even as far away the Richmond district of San Francisco, chances are you might have been able to hear Bey + Jay’s On the Run tour live from your couch, through your open window.

The show sold out, but there were still plenty of critics upset about the level of noise.

We want to apologize to our neighbors,” said SF Giants spokesperson Staci Slaughter. “As a result of the complaints we got last night, we actually have been working through the night to make adjustments to the sound system so that we’ll avoid a similar situation for tonight’s show.”

Related: LIVE REVIEW + PICTURES: Beyoncé and Jay Z Light Up AT&T in First Sold-Out San Francisco Show

Apparently, the sound was so loud that dozens of people around the city took to Twitter to complain about the noise levels.

Someone even measured the decibels emanating from AT&T park:

And he wasn’t alone. Many throughout the city were pretty upset:


Even Karl the Fog took note:


The audio engineers at AT&T will be adjusting the sound for tonight’s show.


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