Garth Brooks fans are demanding refunds after a nightmare parking situation at his latest concert.
The country music legend performed this past weekend at the newly-expanded Thunder Ridge Nature Arena at Bass Pro Shops' Big Cedar Lodge in Missouri. However, fans claim the venue could not accommodate the tens-of-thousands of fans, leaving many people without a place to park. Bass Pro officials say they hired an outside company to handle the shuttle system, but the company works with FEMA, which took most of their shuttles to hurricane-stricken Florida.
They say refunds are available for the fans who never made it inside to see the show.