Jun 23, 2016 8:31 AM
The Associated Press
LACONIA (AP) — The New Hampshire Attorney General's Office and the state Department of Labor are investigating complaints received about a Laconia music festival that ended days early.
LaconiaFest - that was scheduled to take place from June 11 through June 19 - failed to draw a crowd, despite big-name acts.
The Department of Labor says it has received complaints from workers who were not paid.
The Attorney General's Office also received complaints.
The office is assisting Laconia police, who are working to determine whether there should be a criminal investigation.
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