LA Pride APOLOGIZES To Ticket Holders Who Were Turned Away

Saturday’s LA Pride festival turned raucous as thousands of upset ticket holders were turned away more than three hours before it originally was scheduled to end, reports WeHoVille.

The street party hit capacity at approximately 10pm, according to the LA County Sheriff’s Department.

At around 3 a.m. Christopher Street West, the organizer of the festival, issued an apology to the ticket holders who were turned away, reports WeHoVille.

“We are sorry and want to apologize to everyone who could not get in after the venue hit capacity,” said a statement posted to LA Pride’s Twitter account. The statement offered to exchange unused tickets and wristbands for access to Sunday’s activities, which are scheduled from noon to 11 p.m. at West Hollywood Park.

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