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Live Nation offers free tickets after muddy Jimmy Buffett concert

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CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) -

Some unhappy Parrotheads will be getting a refund for this weekend's Jimmy Buffett concert.

Heavy rains before the concert left huge mud puddles in the new lawn area at the First Merit Bank Pavilion.

After several complaints, concert promoter Live Nation says they will make up for the mess with free tickets.

"Lawn ticket purchasers for the Saturday, June 29 show will be contacted directly via email, where they will receive information on how to redeem a complimentary lawn ticket for each lawn ticket purchased for Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band, to any available show at FirstMerit Bank Pavilion, First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre, or Alpine Valley," the press release states.

The offer is based on availability and will be subject to expiration, so participants are encouraged to respond quickly for best selection, once they receive the email from Live Nation.

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