A Metallica concert in San Francisco on Wednesday night (September 26th) angered some of the neighbors because of the noise, which traveled a considerable distance across the city. The band played a massive concert at Civic Center Plaza as part of the ninth annual Dreamfest fundraising event for UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital.

People reported hearing the concert from as far away as Dogpatch, Cole Valley and the Mission. The performance, part of Salesforce's annual Dreamforce conference, was held to raise millions for UCSF Benioff Children's Hospitals, the hospital that bears Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff's name.

One local resident wrote on Twitter, "Not a dream for me. Wrong to make an entire city a private venue. Anyone who thinks it's great is probably going home at the end of the week."

Another resident tweeted, "Most people outgrow making the neighbors listen to your favorite band sometime in college. Clearly Salesforce thinks it's a good look in middle-age."

The $1,000-per-ticket event also included appearances by Janet Jackson, plus MC Hammer and DJ Rob Garza. An after-party ran from 9:30 p.m. to midnight at City Hall. The annual concert has raised a total of $60 million over nine years for the Children's Hospitals.