There are concerns over a lack of transport for Dublin's Marlay Park, as summer concerts continue.
US rockers Guns N' Roses played the venue on Tuesday, while the Red Hot Chilli Peppers take to the stage Wednesday.
Many concert-goers were also disappointed following long queues on Monday.
While queuing issues seem to be addressed, there are still problems for people getting home.
The National Transport Authority (NTA) says keeping drivers has proven challenging for both Dublin Bus and Go Ahead Ireland.
And it says it would not be possible to cater for these events without 'adverse impacts' on other bus services.
Reporter Josh Crosbie for Newstalk Breakfast spoke to some people after Guns N' Roses.
One person there said: "It just ruins the whole concert, that fact that you can't leave - I don't know how to get home.
"Literally I'm stranded. I'm trying to get a taxi and I can't get a taxi."
Another person said they learned from their previous mistake.
"We were here Monday night and it was a disaster - we were hanging around until 1am trying to get a taxi back to Ballsbridge.
"We pre-booked one today, because we knew it was the only way".
While another concert-goer said they were simply given wrong instructions.
"They told us to go this way for a Luas connection, but there's no Luas connection.
"So they're actually just making us walk to the Luas."