Angry TomorrowWorld attendees lash out online over poor planning and dangerous conditions
With the final day of TomorrowWorld cancelled due to inclement weather conditions, countless festival-goers are taking to Twitter and Facebook to write angry (and sometimes cheeky) tweets and posts about the cancellation, and more importantly, Saturday night’s extreme conditions and poor planning that left thousands stranded outside the festival grounds.
The Facebook page TomorrowWorld USA has become a hotbed of outrage with attendees posting pictures and statuses of their unfortunate circumstances.
One patron who is a lawyer is even threatening to file suit against TomorrowWorld and is encouraging those who also went through “extremely dangerous and unsafe conditions” to join in her cause.
Meanwhile, some have decided to use the situation as a chance to share cheeky and light-hearted posts and memes to alleviate some of the anger.
While day three remains open strictly to those camping in Dreamville, those not camping have started online threads to rush the gates. The image below allegedly shows non-camping ticket holders entering the festival despite being told not to.