Moab music festival at Sorrel Ranch, Sat. 10/08/12 by broum5
Not worth the Trip to be treated rudely
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Not worth going to Music Festival, to be treated rudely
by broum5
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We had driven down from Salt Lake City to attend our first trip to Moab, utah. It took about 4 hours. We arrived at the Sorrel Ranch at 4:30pm.  We were treated rudely by a smug and arrogant little man named Andrew.  We were told by one of the hotel staff that we could go in to the park and music arena and set up. This man Andrew in the straw hat told us that we could not come in and eat our picnic lunch by the River. The river was about 500 yards away and not near the stage.

It is not worth paying $30.dollars to this music festival and driving 4 hours to be treated with disrespect.

My girlfriend and I went the next day and spent the day with the River boat people. They were down to earth and very intelligent.  We had fun with them and it was worth the money.  I would come to Moab again and go river rafting or jeep cruising. Don't waste your money on the Music festival.  The music at the Sorrel was a mixture of hodge podge "Monster Movie" Theme. Not worth $30. dollars.
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