Ravinia Festival's War Of The Lawn Spot At Donna Summer Concert

HIGHLAND PARK (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — The Ravinia Festival in Highland Park featuring a sold out Donna Summer sparked a "lawn space" argument among festival-goers on August 30th

The first group of festival goers set up their blankets, chairs and a tarp on the lawn and left to eat. Witnesses told police that later, a second group tried to wedge into the same spot, and when they couldn't fit, moved the original group's belongings, according to the Tribune.

When the fans returned from the restaurant to find their belongings moved into a small space on the lawn the fight broke out. One woman tried to attack another from the other group police said. A man from the second group, Anthony Delgado, 40, of Chicago, allegedly punched a 49-year-old Arlington Heights man from the first group, according to the Tribune.

The shows are usually 'docile' Highland Park police say and arrests rare, but one 49 year old man ended up needing 15 stitches in his lip and Delgado was charged with battery. –by CelebrityAccess Staff Writers

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