ATLANTA (AP) — Organizers say a massive electronic dance music festival will offer refunds for Sunday ticketholders after bad weather made the event inaccessible to them on the final day.
TomorrowWorld officials said in an email that Sunday tickets will be refunded entirely and automatically, including service, shipping and payment fees.
The festival was only accessible to visitors in the DreamVille onsite camping area after rainfall in the past few days hampered festival parking fields, drop-off locations and the shuttle system.
Sunday was the finale of the three-day festival in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia.
Single-day tickets cost $145, according to TomorrowWorld's website. The festival was expected to draw 180,000.
Officials said festivalgoers with day tickets, guest list tickets and others not already camping onsite would be unable to access the event.