TomorrowWorld 2015 had it’s share of highs and lows. As in previous years thousands of people made the trek to the 8,000 acres of farmland in Chattahoochee Hills to see over 200 of their favorite artists perform. Festival goers will dance, camp and imbibe in the peace, love, unity and respect experience.
This year, poor weather conditions left thousands of attendees stranded. Parking lots became mud pits as the rain continued throughout the weekend. The shuttle system that ran from the event to the lots was shut down, and the grounds were closed to off-site attendees on Sunday. Uber, who had partnered up with the festival couldn’t keep up with the demand and weather causing wait times to soar into hours. People were walking miles for rides, and in many cases calling it a night and sleeping on the side of the road. TomorrowWorld has issued a statement regarding the conditions and safety and will be refunding ticket holders for day three ticket purchases.
Now in it’s 3rd year it’s estimated that 190,000 people were in attendance. What stands out in this event are the attendees, the people of tomorrow. All U.S. states were represented as well as 75+ countries. From all walks of life, the diverse crowd makes TomorrowWorld the unique event it’s known for.