"Our street turned into a scene from the film project X"A man – he says – anonymity.
A resident of Duncan Street, which connects the Epsom and Ascot Vale road, said traffic management was not in place, both drivers ride-share clogging the street to pick up a professional player.
"As a result, cars filled cartridges, the music cranked up to 11, came into our street on both sides," he said.
"The whole street was like a taxi rank. I've never seen anything like it. "
The man said that the head-to-head in the middle of a dead end it is usually a quiet street at 11 pm.
"Avalanche beginning of horns, the music became louder, festival-goers began to leave their cars and walk to the other cars, as a result of arguments and fighting, cars got badly damaged due to the side Swiping a, another car set and went down the path to try to circumnavigate this massacre, "he said.
"We had a very elderly neighbors from a nearby retirement village in verbal arguments with Gulyaka voiding their front and even backyards, and shout, clear drug-affected girls in hysterics among the peoples of the front lawn, their children are trying to sleep."
Two people were ejected from the festival up to & # 39; yanennya.
Paradigm bills itself as "an unforgettable experience".
"We believe that the electronic scene is so much more than just music," reads the festival website.
"It's an experience, philosophy, travel … Tie yourself in a wild ride."
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