Bradley Music Fest Sparks Outrage Over Chair Ban, Rental Option


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Bradley, IL– The upcoming Bradley 315 Music Fest has sparked outrage among select attendees due to a controversial chair ban, opting instead for a rental option. 

Unlike previous local summer events, festival-goers are now prohibited from bringing their own chairs, with organizers citing ‘security concerns’ over potential contraband.

The decision has left many attendees frustrated, feeling that the new policy adds an unnecessary expense. To accommodate guests, the festival offers chairs for rent at $3 or for purchase at $35, along with bleachers, picnic tables, and a designated area for wheelchair users. While blankets are allowed, coolers and outside chairs remain prohibited.

All attendees must also pass through metal detectors, with any bags being searched upon arrival. For more information, visit the festival’s website.


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