Supertwang promised jobs and revenue for Campbell County.
And while the jobs did materialize, the revenue is yet to be seen. The three day country music festival was scheduled to run from Wednesday through Sunday afternoon.
However, around 2 p.m. on Saturday rumblings started that the event staff wasn’t being paid. By 4 p.m. a small group had assembled outside Hal Royce’s makeshift office on the property loudly voicing its concerns. Royce is the CEO of United Festival Promotions, the organization charged with producing Supertwang.