TomorrowWorld Attendees Slam Event's Promoters
Held in Chattahoochee, Georgia, the electronica musical festival has been making headlines after leaving many festival goers stranded in the rain without transportation. But, really, it's much worse than a few thousand people getting wet.
After inclement weather overtook the area, organizers closed all roads leading to or away from the festival and canceled all hotel shuttles. As dirt roads quickly turned muddy, some festival goers decided to make the nearly five-mile trek back to their accommodations because Uber and other means of transportation were unavailable. Others decided to sleep on the side of the road. For those who chose to stay on the festival grounds, organizers failed to provide any kind of shelter, food, water or other necessary resources.
On Monday, attendees have taken to social media to share their disdain with the entire experience. Kaskade even went on Twitter to sympathize with festival goers, throwing in a disparaging remark about how the festival treats its artists. See some of the tweets here.
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