BYERS, Colo. - Dozens of people who spent the night at May Farms after the Riot Fest Music Festival this weekend, found themselves stuck in the mud on Monday.
One mother told 7NEWS about 100 vehicles were stuck in the mud.
A person answering the phone at May Farms said workers were helping people as fast as they could. She did not know how many people were stuck.
When 7NEWS arrived, we found dozens of vehicles, ranging from cars to SUVs to a van, stuck in a muddy field.
Riot Fest started in 2005 in Chicago. The 2013 May Farms weekend featuring Blink 182, the Replacements, Rancid, Public Enemy and several other bands.