crevice beatle wrote: saltman wrote:
crevice beatle wrote: I also think organizers should consider handing out programs while they are giving out wrist bands to people in line - the advantage to this is fairly obvious.
Too heavy. Did you see how many boxes of those things there were?
I suppose I didn't really notice how many boxes there were... but was it anything a couple of radio flyer wagons couldn't handle? I wasn't necessarily thinking distributing it to them to the entire line; perhaps maybe to the couple thousand that show up hours in advance.
we had several programs to read while waiting inline...so they are available. Plus you can get them off the mhtg site a week before the fest. I memorized it at work
One thing I learned this year...after three years in a row of getting stranded..is to not count on bus/cab as transportation back from the fest. Our bus never came back to pick up the several dozen people waiting, and once the cabs ran through once...I did not see another, in spite of a long line. I managed to get on a great dane bus (even though we came from the AA), to at least get the hell out of the park by 7:45.