Westpoint has apologised to Elton John fans who couldn't get to tonight's concert on time because of traffic problems around the Exeter venue. Some reported being stuck in jams for up to four hours.
The excitement is building as Cornwall prepares to welcome one of the biggest names in rock to its biggest music venue, the Eden Project, tonight.
It will be the first time Sir Elton John has performed in Cornwall in 30 years, and it's no surprise the event's 6,000 tickets were snapped up in minutes when they went on sale last December.
He's at the Eden Project for two nights as part of the attraction's summer session of concerts. Last time it was the Cornwall Coliseum, which has since been demolished.
We'll be at Eden live tonight, bringing you all the excitement from what is set to be one of the highlights of the Eden Sessions' 13-year history.
Sir Elton joins an illustrious list of more than 70 acts who have performed here since they began in 2002.
Elton John caused a stir in Gloucester last night, after making a female steward at Kingsholm Stadium cry.
The 68-year-old music legend lost his temper after stewards appeared to ban fans from waving, and singled out the woman for a string of foul-mouthed abuse - after which she walked off crying.
After outrage from the crowd and another song the singer apologised and brought her on stage to give her a hug and share his piano stool with her.
Opinion has been divided on Twitter about the star's behaviour, with some agreeing with what he did and others praising the concert but criticising the outburst.
It's been announced that Elton John and his band are to play Kingsholm Stadium in Gloucester next year as part of their European tour.
The concert on Sunday 7 June will be the rock star's first ever performance in Gloucester. It will feature classics from his five-decade-long career.
Gloucester Rugby's Chief Executive says the club couldn't be more excited about the gig.
Tickets go on sale on Friday 28 November at 9am.