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Published: 2014/07/15

Hudson Project to Offer Sunday Refunds

Yesterday we reported that plenty of fans were still stuck at The Hudson Project in Saugerties, NY following the festival’s early cancellation due to bad weather. Now it looks like the inaugural event will be offering full refunds to single day Sunday ticket holders and partial refunds to those that purchased weekend passes.

A statement from The Hudson Project’s Facebook page reads:

As you all know,¬†The Hudson Project¬†was a rain or shine event, but what we experienced on Sunday night was a lot more dangerous than just a little rain. SevereWeather – especially heavy rain, lightning, strong winds, flood warnings and potential tornados in the area – and recommendation from the Ulster County Emergency Services and Health Department caused us to cancel the remainder of the event. For this reason, we will be offering a full refund of the face value for Sunday’s performances to all ticket buyers. This means: all 3-Day buyers will receive a 33% refund, all 2-Day buyers will receive a 50% refund, and Sunday-Only ticket buyers will receive a full refund.

We know this doesn’t fix the inconveniences caused by weather but we hope this helps. It was a very unfortunate ending to an amazing event. Stay tunedtomorrow for more info.

Comments

There are 5 comments associated with this post

KB July 15, 2014, 13:21:33

That seems pretty solid of the management to do that.

Blooby July 15, 2014, 14:53:21

Agreed, KB. Good job on that.

Saving face July 15, 2014, 16:14:45

The production company that threw this shit show was getting bashed so hard by the EDM crowd they had to do something. I think it’s called MCP. I don’t think they could ever live this down. But cash helps…....

Joshua Katt July 15, 2014, 16:39:30

Sad commentary when a company does the “right” thing and its news plus we are shocked about it! I reckon the Sunday acts had a no play, no pay clause or this wasn’t happening. I didn’t receive 75% of the SuperVIP promises made at Locken I and was rewarded by a hike from $1050 to nearly $2500 for the same promises, so I won’t be going, keep my “refund”.

MarZaPhiGar July 16, 2014, 01:28:16

Can you wire my reefee to the Ulster County clink?

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