The 19-year-old claims she was booted from the event & handed a six month ban despite police finding no drugs or alcohol on her
It includes a festival that hasn’t even had its first instalment yet.
“That law doesn’t exist any other place.”
The gloves are off
“The new regulations will put festivals, events and live music in our cities, regional and remote communities under real threat”
“Not only are young people still dying, Gladys Berejiklian and co. are now dismantling an entire industry.”
A heads up to those in Sydney.
“Whole sections of our industry are now being destroyed by a knee jerk response from a government that couldn’t care less”
“Gladys get your head out of the sand.”
The NSW Government told the festival that they’d have to pay $200,000 extra for police, one week out from the event.
This is devastating.
“I think the issue has been created by 30 years of failed drug policy.”
There were 14 total hospitalisations across two Sydney festivals yesterday
One person appeared to have taken up to nine MDMA pills in a day, while another took only one.
Organisers will reportedly face large fines or even jail time if their events are deemed unsafe.
It’s been a week since 19-year-old Alex Ross-King died from a drug overdose.
PILL TESTING NOW.
And the team behind the successful Groovin The Moo trial are involved!