OZZFEST Noise Is Not Music To Everyone's Ears

Monica Diaz of WFAA-TV reports: Pizza Hut Park in Frisco was celebrating the city's new extended noise curfew with Ozzfest on Saturday, and the venue hopes the change will attract more concerts and special events.

But not everyone in this Dallas suburb is on board with extra hours of late night noise.

Pizza Hut Park was still rocking at 10 p.m. Saturday. The all-day Ozzfest featuring OZZY OZBOURNE, METALLICA and eight other bands kicked off the stadium's extended hours, approved by the city council earlier this week.

For concert-goers, the curfew extension is music to their ears.

"You get to have more fun," said Danielle Davis on her way to the festival. "You pay for this ticket, and you might as well spend the whole day."

Pizza Hut Park operators say the previous 10 p.m. cutoff time choked their competitive edge. They believe the new stop times — 11 p.m. Sunday-Thursday and 11:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday — will boost business.

Read/watch the entire report at WFAA-TV.


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