Ever wish you had the power to change a music festival’s schedule just because certain artists that you would like to see play at the same exact time?
This seems to be one of the biggest issues with music festivals that have line-up that feature great artists, but a crazy scheduling process.
As much as you complain about the time slots conflicting, festivals and their organizers really don’t care and in a way tell you to take it or leave it.
Well, as it turns out, there is a music festival out there that has taken the attendees complaints to heart and decided to change their daily schedule.
Wrecking Ball revealed today an updated daily schedule after listening to fans complain about the time slots conflicting.
Why would you have both main stage performance times start and end at the same time? Same for the other two stages.
It looks like the Atlanta festival decided it would be wise to change the times on the schedule so concert goers can at least see 15 minutes of the main bands later in the evening.
Check out the newly revised daily schedule below.
The Wrecking Ball Festival will hit Atlanta during the weekend of Aug. 8-9. The festival is in honor of Atlanta concert venue, The Masquerade, celebrating its 25th anniversary.