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Sunset Junction Refunds Are Trickling In For Some People
If you are one of the 100 or so people who bought their Sunset Junction ticket at Origami Vinyl, you're in luck.
The same is true for ticketholders that bought their tickets the Silverlake Farmer's Market.
Over at their blog, Origami is now promising to refund the money you paid for the tickets and service fees: "Now, at long last, everything has been ironed out and we are happy to announce that refunds will be issued."
The Sunset Junction Neighborhood Alliance is also offering refunds to people who bought their tickets at the Silverlake Farmer’s Market, according to its manager Edwin Gomez. He told Echo Park Patch that anyone who bought a discounted ticket at the Farmers Market can stop by there for a refund.
What about everyone else?
The news that anyone is getting their money back is promising, but for now, there is still no official word from the festival organizers themselves.
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