False Cancellation Reports Upset "Big Time Rush" Fans

Those who lost out on the concert can get refunds from Live Nation and Ticketmaster

By Alexandria Fisher
|  Friday, Jul 26, 2013  |  Updated 5:21 PM CDT
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Festival Goers React to Lollapalooza Evacuation

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NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 09: Big Time Rush perform at Radio City Music Hall on March 9, 2012 in New York City. (Photo by Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)

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Festival Goers React to Lollapalooza Evacuation

Officials suspended Lollapalooza Saturday afternoon and evacuated Grant Park after the National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm watch. NBC 5 Christian Farr reports on how Lolla fans reacted to the evacuation.

Festival Goers React to Lollapalooza Evacuation

Officials suspended Lollapalooza Saturday afternoon and evacuated Grant Park after the National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm watch. NBC 5 Christian Farr reports on how Lolla fans reacted to the evacuation.
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Live nation may be seeing a rush of refund requests after many were turned away from a “Big Time Rush” concert Saturday.

A storm warning that evacuated Chicago’s Lollapalooza festival was also the cause of confusion for concert-goers at the Tinley Park venue that same evening.

Many fans were turned away and told the concert was cancelled, but the show did go on after the storms passed.

One concert-goer told NBC Chicago they were denied a request for a refund, but Live Nation reports that families who lost out on the concert can contact the theater or Ticketmaster for a refund.

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