It would depend on what you mean, as context wasn´t provided I will resource to a description: for example, fans of soccer/footbal cheer as if their lives depend upon it, during a soccer match, you could say that they are a roaring bunch or roaring/loud fans.
So, with a crowd of soccer you can say that they "make noise, wave hands, sing and chant, etc" they make a real noise!
You can say that you have "loud neighbour" (a noisy family maybe) meaning that they may sing, scream, shout (to the point can hear them shouting through the walls), stomp, bang the walls, listen loud music, play instruments, etc.
That could be while they are having fun, at the weekends etc. But that is generally said about the ones that do that during late hours.