TomorrowWorld final-day closure leaves festival-goers stranded
Only those camping on-site could attend on Sunday
TomorrowWorld was in a spot of bother yesterday after three days of heavy rainfall.
The extreme weather forced the festival to make the car parks and drop-off locations inaccessible, meaning only those camping on-site could attend the final day at Chattahoochee Hills, Atlanta.
It also meant the shuttle buses were cancelled on the Saturday night, meaning those accommodated away from the site ended up stranded outside, as the video below shows.
Just some of the footage from last night #TomorrowWorld2015 @TomorrowWorld pic.twitter.com/fRuMuTZixa— ZiM (@joshcolada) September 28, 2015
One Instagram user wrote: "TomorrowWorld stopped running shuttle buses, stranding many people at the end of night two. Thousands left sleeping on the sides of roads, hiking for miles, left in the middle of nowhere without no food, water, shelter and many not properly dressed or equipped to spend the night outside in cold, wet conditions."
TomorrowWorld took to Facebook last night, writing: "TomorrowWorld would like to sincerely apologise for the inconveniences due to the weather conditions and to all who couldn't be part of the third day of TomorrowWorld 2015."
They are offering refunds for those who didn't make the final day, with information about that found here.
See a few more social media posts below.
[ Via: Dancing Astronaut]