Before the Garth Brooks performance close to Branson, Missouri, many fans chose to turn back and head home after waiting in gridlock.
Tickets holders discovered that getting from the parking lot to the event wasn't much simpler after spending hours stuck in standstill traffic on their way to Thunder Ridge Nature Arena
"Around midday, we left Kansas City. According to Michelle Boucher, who booked tickets for the event on Friday night, "We arrived in the Branson area at 4:00 p.m.
People were already leaving the venue on the shuttles when we were still waiting in line to board one at 9:00 p.m. at the fruit farm lot.
They said that it took them an hour to go from the parking area of the apple farm to the event. We just said, "Yeah, we're not doing it," at that point.
The Bass Pro Shops founder Johnny Morris owns Big Cedar Lodge, a resort in Ridgedale, Missouri, which includes Thunder Ridge Nature Arena.