A Day On The… mud
November 19, 2022 / 7:37 pm
Concertgoers have taken to social media to complain after extremely muddy conditions at A Day On The Green on Saturday night.
Hundreds of cars were left stranded after being bogged in muddy fields, with a further dumping of rain at around 8:30 exacerbating the problem.
Event Organisers put out an announcement late on Friday to warn those planning to head to Mount Duneed that they would either need a four-wheel drive vehicle or catch a shuttle bus, with parking conditions not suitable for 2WD vehicles
Rideshare and taxis were also banned from the venue, not allowed to drop off patrons, and the venue advised there would be no pedestrian access either, meaning a majority of people were forced to take a shuttle bus, which only departed every ten minutes.
Some took to social media to say they were sleeping in their bogged vehicle, hoping the grounds would dry up enough overnight to allow them to drive out Sunday.
Chris posted on Facebook it was the most disorganised event he’d attended
“Getting there from one of their bus pickup points was pretty good, but getting people out of the event and onto busses seemed like a complete afterthought.
Lisa joked that a different form of transport would have been more appropriate due to the conditions
“Is The Spirit of Tasmania nearby?”
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