TomorrowWorld’s arrival is imminent; festival to remain unaffected by Cedar Grove road closure
Eight full weeks serve as the single barrier between 150,000 electronic dance music fans and one of the most highly sought-after music festivals in the country, TomorrowWorld. The magical grounds will begin to take shape on September 1st at the Bouckaert Farm, where the festival’s multiple stages will be created over the course of three weeks.
Several thousand visitors are expected to arrive on the festival’s September 26th opening day, bringing heavy traffic to the Chattahoochee Hills area and beyond. In response, a handful of locals have questioned the Cedar Grove Road construction’s impact on further backup during festival time. However, the Georgia Department of Transportation has reassured that the construction, which seeks to improve the intersection of State Road 154 with Cedar Grove Road and Ridge Road, will not affect traffic during the three-day festivities.
“We have already provided for the lane closure to be pulled during that week,” state DOT spokesperson Natalie Dale told Georgia Unfiltered in an email exchange.”
As the festival approaches, the Georgia DOT plans to work closely with the event’s organizers to ensure a smooth entry for all attendees.
Via: Georgia Unfiltered