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Day on the Green: Revellers stuck in knee-high mud after Geelong festival lashed with heavy rain


Droves of revellers stuck in the mud as Day on the Green festival turns into a ‘4WD graveyard’ with concert-goers left ‘cold, wet and angry’

  • Revellers left ‘cold, wet and angry’ after wild weather at Day on the Green
  • Festival ground at Mt Duneed Estate in Geelong was lashed with heavy rain
  • Some attendees slept in their cars after 4WD’s became bogged in the thick mud
  • Others wore knee-high gumboots and ponchos to watch music acts on Saturday 

Angry attendees of the Day on the Green festival have questioned why the event wasn’t cancelled after vehicles became stuck in a ‘4WD graveyard’ and revellers in ponchos were forced to wade through knee-high mud. 

Revellers aptly renamed the festival a ‘Day on the Brown’ after the Mt Duneed Estate in Geelong…



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