The TomorrowWorld electronic music festival in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia, took a miserable turn late Saturday when rain and muddy roads stranded concertgoers at the venue. Thousands were left outside overnight without shelter, food, or water after road conditions led organizers to halt cab and shuttle activity.
24-year-old Elizabeth Feindel told The Huffington Post she walked a total of ten miles through the woods, tracked
with her phone's pedometer, as occasional police officers and festival organizers directed her group further and further down the road. Feindel said they were told around 3,000 Uber cabs would evacuate the forest within a few hours, but eventually her group had to just find one on their own.
TomorrowWorld Investigations Underway After Weather, Transport Issues Strand Thousands
TomorrowWorld limited festival access on Sunday (Sept. 27) to those camping on-site after rain and transportation issues stranded thousands of attendees without shelter, food and water Saturday night.
Many attendees were forced to walk miles through cold rain and dark woods to obtain transportation from the grounds, located 30 miles from Atlanta, after shuttles were canceled amid muddy conditions. Photographs posted to social media show some attendees sleeping on cars, mud and wet grass by the roadside
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