Post by headknocker on Apr 26, 2004 17:53:10 GMT -5
What's the big problem with a vendor, or the promoters themselves getting a half dozen tractors with trailers that just circle around the site hauling people around? 92.7% of this whole message board is about who's where and the 10 mile walks. Hello?????????? As a vendor that is spending a boatload to show there, I don't want people to miss me just because of 5 mile hike. A hay ride would help most everyone. No?
Post by lunaladybug on Apr 27, 2004 5:04:41 GMT -5
Yeah, it would, but I don't know that there's be room for that kind of thing on the roads, with so many people wandering about. I wouldn't worry about anyone missing your vending tent if you're in Centeroo, cause it's virtually impossible to go the weekend without walking through Centeroo. That's where most of the action is (aside from the actual music), and people are wandering around there all the time. I know I make a point to check out all the vendors and their wonderful handcrafted stuff!
A hayride or tractor is a major liability. Last year some guy died trying to jump onto a water truck. Can you imagine a bunch of altered folks trying to jump on the hayride while its moving? They would have to use one of the side stages a s a morgue.
Post by ErrandWolfe on Apr 28, 2004 4:43:29 GMT -5
Nice idea, but like the others have said, i dont see it happening, seriously, the walks are definatly worth it, everytime i walked from campsite to stage, i saw something/someone new i've never seen in my life.