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Excessive rainfall disrupted the Georgia event

This year’s TomorrowWorld didn’t quite go to plan. The Georgia event was hit by severe rainfall, and thousands of festival-goers were left stranded after drop off points were shut off. There were reports of people sleeping on top of cars and muddy grass as they struggled to make their way out of the 8,000 acre site.

Now, the festival has promised refunds to some of its customers (check to see if you’re eligible here), many of whom are very thankful.

“First of all we would like to sincerely apologize for the inconveniences due to the weather conditions and to all who couldn’t be part of the 3rd day of TomorrowWorld 2015” their statement reads. “Continuous and unexpected rainfall over the last three days has severely limited capacity of the parking lots, entrance roads, and drop off locations in and around the festival site, and has led to severe traffic congestion.

“The experience and safety of the TomorrowWorld visitors is and always was our top priority. You are the true People of Tomorrow and deserve all the respect in the world.”

Read the full details of the refund policy here.