Red Hot Chili Peppers fans travelled over 4,000 miles (7700km) to see a show in Glasgow, which was cancelled on short notice.
Divyanka Kapoor flew from Mumbai to London for more than nine hours with her husband before boarding another flight to Scotland.
She was shocked to discover that the gig had been cancelled due to illness the next morning.
They are making the best of a difficult situation by doing some sightseeing.
Divyanka stated to BBC News that she was already excited about the gig upon arriving in Glasgow.
She said, "I was feeling good." "It was colder that I had imagined and it was rainy, but it didn't matter at the time."
Divyanka, a long-time fan and admirer of the Red Hot Chili Peppers was excited to see them live. She heard John Frusciante was rejoining the band. They were also going on tour.
She said, "I didn’t know when this would occur again."
"Everything sold out quickly, but the Glasgow event was still available, so my husband and I booked tickets without too much thought."
Both were tired from their flights, so they stopped by a quick restaurant to get some food before going to bed.
"I was looking forward hearing 'Can't Stop' and 'Under The Bridge' live," Divyanka stated.
The band cancelled the concert due to illness the next morning, sabotaging her hopes.
She said, "I read the news at seven o'clock in the morning. It was the strangest feeling."
"I couldn’t get out from bed, I didn’t know what I did with myself, and I was completely heartbroken."
She is determined to make the most of her time in Scotland, despite her disappointment.
She said, "It's always nice seeing new places."
"I will have a look around, visit the bars, breweries and just sort of explore. I don't have any plans. We came to see the concert because it was our main reason for being there."
Divyanka hopes that the concert can be rescheduled so she can return to the show at a later date, rather than having her tickets refunded.
She said, "This is my first concert at this scale abroad."
"I hope that I didn't miss the chance to see the Chili Peppers live."