Many of the Beyoncé fans who planned on attending her concert in Raleigh, North Carolina last night never made it to the show. Traffic in the area prevented some fans from getting to Carter-Finley Stadium on the campus of NC State University for the concert, and they sent out tweets to report their frustrations.
— Alex Fisher (@penny_ante_up) May 4, 2016
In addition to the traffic troubles, those fans who did make it to the show were forced to leave midway through the concert to take shelter after intense thunderstorms hit the area. Beyoncé, who was in the capitol of North Carolina for the fourth stop of her Formation World Tour, soldiered through nearly half of her scheduled set as fans documented the rainy experience on social media.
But unfortunately, the weather got so severe at one point that the concert had to be suspended. Fans were forced to leave Carter-Finley Stadium and walk to NC State football’s practice facilities due to rain and lightning.
Not one to leave fans disappointed, Beyoncé waited for the storms to pass and brought everyone back into the stadium to finish the show.
Beyoncé finished out her set, belting a fantastic performance of “Halo” in the rain.