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Is The Lights Festival A Scam?
This document shows various news reports and information about The Lights
Festival. You are free to make up your own mind. Please read about this event
and understand what they are.
NewsTicket Holders To OC Lantern Festival Furious At Cancellation
Customers upset over refund issues after Utah company delays lantern festivalshttp://fox13now.com/2017/05/11/customers-upset-over-refund-issues-after-utah-company-delay
Harmon puts kibosh on Grandview Lights Festival - Dallas
Lights told people a lie because they didnt get their permits.
People are still posting on Facebook about not getting refunded even after the company said
they would refund.
Events where The Lights collected money and did not have any event.
March 11, 2017 Orange County
March 18, 2017 San Diego
March 25, 2017 Orange County
April 1, 2017 San Diego
April 15, 2017 Orange County
April 9, 2017 Dallas
May 20, 2017 Denver (The Lights Festival blamed the venue for the
cancellation. The truth is The Lights Festival were denied permits
months ago and they are still collecting money for the event.)
If The Lights Festival had 8,000 paying $40 that equals $320,000 per event. In
California alone that equals $1,600,000. If The Lights sold out at 10,000 people for
each of those nights it equals $2,000,000. The issue is NOT how much money they
made. The issue is that they are not REFUNDING any of the participants for events that
are not going to happen. All of the California events had Sold Out on their site. The
Lights Festival had removed all trace of the California events on their Facebook page
and ONLY have a postponed event on their site.
Count the number of comments on their ad compared to how many you can actually
read. You will notice that they are hiding a lot of people's comments asking for refunds
and if you do not pay attention they look like a very nice event company. An example is
the post about the cancelation of the festival for Denver.
They have 94 comments at this moment and only 24 show. They are suppressing 70
comments on this one post.
Potential participants should be aware of what they are signing up for.
Venue owners, cities, Fire Marshals and County Officials should all understand
what has happened in the past. You have a responsibility to protect your citizens
and hopefully you ask questions and make the best decision you can with the
A question you might ask is-:
Are you refunding participants who had their event canceled?
If yes, then can you provide any proof to this? (Asking to have a
conversation with their ticketing platform may show you how much they
have refunded to their participants for the canceled events. Asking the
ticketing platform about how long it takes to refund and the process of
refunding might also shed more light on The Lights Festivals abilities and