Sunday 10/17/2010 by Lemuria


"My biggest concern was they were going to trash the place up," said Tiger, who had a change of heart when Great Northeast promised a rigorous cleanup and numerous announcements for concertgoers to respect the land. "They didn't leave a cigarette butt," he said.

Tiger, Spokesman for the Seminole Tribe


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