The Managing Director of Longitude has issued an apology after reports of long delays and a crush on the first day of the festival.
It happened when people were trying to get in to the site at Marlay Park.
Managing Director of Festival Republic Melvin Benn has issued a statement today after those trying to get into the site on day one of the festival experienced chaotic scenes.
Emma Broughan was stuck in a queue for two hours, and said around 10 or 15 people ahead of her fell when a crowd pushed forward.
She fell herself, and said: "I'd say about ten people were on top of me [...] There were so many people on top of my legs that my arms were freed, so that they were trying to pull my arms to get me out."
Festival organisers had encouraged people to arrive early - but said they hadn't anticipated the numbers who arrived at the same time.
The statement says teams have worked throughout the night to improve the entry for today and tomorrow so everyone can enjoy the festival.
The Weeknd is set to headline tonight, with Mumford and Sons to close Longitude tomorrow.