On behalf of the IACFNJ executive committee, we sincerely apologize for the confusion last night (Saturday, October 1) at South Brunswick High School.
Even though the venue capacity is 2800, we sell only 2000 tickets to prevent overcrowding. We still had 500 wrist bands for people who bought online tickets. We were well under capacity.
For reasons beyond our comprehension and despite our best efforts, the fire Marshall of South Brunswick Township, John Funcheon, would not allow people with tickets into the hall. We are looking at all options to obtain redress of this inequity.
IACFNJ has been organizing Garba in South Brunswick for the last 17 years. We never had this kind of situation where a Fire Marshall closed the gates and refused to reopen to accommodate people with wrist bands and online tickets.
Please send an email to email@example.com by midnight Monday October 3, 2022 if you purchased online tickets for Saturday and were not allowed to enter. We will process your refund.
Indo-American Cultural Foundation of Central New Jersey (IACFNJ) was established more than 20 years ago by American citizens of Indian origin living in the towns of Central Jersey.
IACFNJ organizes many community events which include Navratri Garba, Summer Picnic, India's Independence Day, Diwali Dinner, and various other cultural programs.
You may also buy tickets at the South Brunswick High school ticket counter on the days of the Garba event. The counter will open at 8:00pm.
Children under 5 enter free.
All persons entering the event, including children will be given a wrist band to wear for headcount purposes.
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