The still-not-forthcoming refunds for those who bought tickets for Beachdown last year has led to growing disgruntlement.
Now, the ticket holders are getting desperate:
Angry customers are now writing to BBC's Watchdog in the hope that an investigation will hold the organisers accountable and reveal where their money has gone.
A FaceBook group called Beachdown Letdown has 179 infuriated members.
One, Hannah Woodruff, last week called on them to follow her lead and write to the TV programme, which several agreed to do.
There seems to be an acceptance that there's no money to be had - according to The Argus, the approach is more educational:
Tim Knight, who is owed £184, wrote to Watchdog saying: “Viewers of Watchdog who fancy attending a music festival need to be aware of the risks they run in buying tickets.
“Watchdog could do a great public service by getting to grips the organisers of Beachdown 2009 who have left many people feeling cheated.”
To be honest, it's not just people buying tickets for festivals, is it? If you buy tickets for anything, there's a chance that Michael Jackson might die or the aircrew go on strike or the snow makes it impossible, and you're betting that the organisers have a plan to refund you if things go wrong.
In fact, isn't running a story on Watchdog suggesting that people think twice before buying tickets for smaller events going to depress an already-difficult market and possibly wind up with more festivals going down, making the problem worse?