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TomorrowWorld issues statement about weather, traffic, parking

(Read an updated story about the situation on Sunday here.)

BY MELISSA RUGGIERI

The messy weather caused some logistical issues at TomorrowWorld on Saturday ( the Friday evening commute also took a couple of hours because attendees had to be re-routed to other parking areas that hadn’t yet turned into a mud pit).

On Saturday night, the TomorrowWorld team issued this statement regarding the issues they were experiencing.

  "At TomorrowWorld, the safety and enjoyment of our guests is always our number one priority.

  The inclement weather has muddied our parking fields and caused traffic delays. To address this, we have redirected drivers to alternate parking lots. With the wet conditions, entry has been slower than usual but we are working diligently and with caution on that.

  We count ourselves lucky that this festival site has a strong infrastructure already in place, so we can maintain it easily. It must be noted that the community of Chattahoochee Hills has come to our assistance in a big way – from neighbors providing hay and woodchips to cover muddy areas, to the police department helping to ensure a safe traffic flow – we could not be more grateful."

The three-day EDM festival in Chattahoochee Hills wraps Sunday night.

We’ll have more photos and video posted here Sunday and Monday.

 

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Atlanta Journal-Constitution staff writer Melissa Ruggieri covers music and entertainment news for Atlanta Music Scene blog on ajc.com.

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