Festivalgoers Still Stranded at Hudson Project Due to Weather
The Hudson Project festival presented by MCP Presents and SFX Entertainment was forced to cancel their festivities on Sunday due to inclement weather. Bassnectar, Paper Diamond, Capital Cities and more were scheduled to perform yesterday but were unable to following the cancellation.
The heavy rains that came to the Saugerties, NY area turned the festival grounds into a mud pit, ultimately preventing most from getting out of the campgrounds. There are now reports of cars stuck in the mud nearly 12 hours after they’ve tried to leave as well as people passing out due to dehydration and hunger.
The festival is currently working on getting the cars out as well as getting any medical attention to those who need it, however there doesn’t seem to be an end in sight. Follow the Hudson Project on Twitter for up-to-the-minute information.
Over 1000 cars are still stuck in the mud at @hudson_project— New York EDM (@NewYorkEDM) July 14, 2014
It appears as if weather wasn’t the only thing preventing those at Hudson Project to have a good time, as numerous reports of disrespectful and harsh security and festival employees have also surfaced.
@Synthetixxx We are incredibly apologetic about this, Ryan. This behavior is unacceptable & he'll be reprimanded. Did you get his name?— Hudson Project (@hudson_project) July 14, 2014