Mud left TomorrowWorld guests stranded overnight; day 3 canceled


CHATTAHOOCHEE HILLS, Georgia — Thousands of exhausted TomorrowWorld music festival guests, who tried to leave the venue Saturday night after Hardwell’s closing set, were stranded overnight along the side of muddy roads near the woods.

Unable to get away from the soggy 8,000-acre farmland 30 miles southwest of Atlanta because organizers stopped allowing cabs, Ubers and shuttles to get near pick-up spots, people stood in the cold rain for hours. Some eventually slept on wet grass or mud, while others walked five to 10 miles to find shelter or faraway transportation options

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Via: Mashable: Entertainment

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