Saturday, 31 May, Tomorrowworld representatives, Fulton County Police, and Commissioner Bill Edwards met with residents of the Cedar Grove community to discuss ongoing preparations for the Tomorrowworld music festival.
Now in its second year, Tomorrowworld is a three-day event that attracted over 140,000 people from around the globe to Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia.
The festival, held on the Bouckaert family farms, is located in a largely rural area of Fulton County. Cedar Grove residents, who attended the meeting, were very curious about how event organizers planned to keep traffic and noise disturbances to a minimum.
Watch Georgia Unfiltered's video report of this community meeting below:
Cedar Grove Community Briefed on Tomorrowworld 2014 Preparations