Glastonbury fans say Cyndi Lauper, 71, ‘was really let down’ as singer suffers ‘awful’ sound problems during her set: ‘I felt so bad for her!’


Legendary singer Cyndi Lauper’s highly anticipated performance at Glastonbury Festival was unfortunately plagued by sound problems, leaving fans feeling disappointed and sympathetic towards the 71-year-old artist.

Lauper, known for her iconic hits like “Girls Just Want to Have Fun” and “Time After Time,” took to the Pyramid Stage on Saturday afternoon, but her set was marred by technical difficulties that hindered her ability to deliver a smooth performance. The sound issues, which included distorted vocals and instrumental feedback, were evident from the start of her set and persisted throughout, much to the dismay of the crowd.

Fans in attendance took to social media to express their disappointment and frustration on behalf of Lauper, with many praising her professionalism in the face of adversity. “I felt so bad for Cyndi Lauper, the sound was awful,” wrote one fan on Twitter. “She was really let down by the tech team, but she still gave it her all.”

Another fan echoed the sentiment, saying, “Cyndi Lauper’s set was ruined by the sound problems. She was struggling to hear herself and it was really affecting her performance. I felt so sorry for her, she deserved better.”

Despite the technical difficulties, Lauper persevered and continued to perform, even attempting to troubleshoot the issues herself at one point. Her dedication to her craft and her fans was evident, and many praised her for not letting the sound problems get the best of her.

The sound issues were not limited to Lauper’s set, with some fans reporting similar problems during other performances throughout the festival. However, the technical difficulties seemed particularly egregious during Lauper’s set, which was highly anticipated by many in attendance.

Glastonbury Festival organizers have not yet commented on the sound issues, but fans are calling for an investigation into the matter to ensure that such problems do not occur again in the future.

In the meantime, fans are rallying around Lauper, expressing their admiration for her resilience and professionalism in the face of adversity. As one fan succinctly put it, “Cyndi Lauper may have been let down by the sound, but she still gave us a show to remember.”


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