Sandy put a damper on concert plans for Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. The massive storm prevented the musicians from traveling to Rochester on Tuesday so it was rescheduled for Halloween night.
Thousands of fans bought tickets, 11,500 to be exact. Now some fans can't rock out because of trick-or-treating and other plans.
Hundreds are now refunding their tickets, but Blue Cross Arena still expects "The Boss" to have a full house.
"I anticipate it will still be sold out," General Manager Jeff Calkins said. "We are giving refunds to people who can't make it. But as fast as we're giving money back, people are buying those seats."
"Other people's misfortune. They're going to miss the show, and I got some pretty good tickets for the concert," Springsteen fan Vinny Savea said.
To get a full refund, ticket holders just have to take their tickets back to where they bought them.
Crews are now setting up for the concert which begins at 7:30 pm. Springsteen and the band are expected to arrive in Rochester Wednesday morning.