People heading home from All Together Now have been facing more delays on the road.
There was criticism on Friday after thousands of drivers found themselves stuck in cars for hours, as they waited to get into carparks at the Curraghmore Estate in Waterford.
People still face long delays leaving the site.
One visitor at the red car park told 98FM she'd waited an hour and 45 minutes just to start moving -- and that she still hadn't left the site just after 1pm.
Still in blue car park, arrived 11.30 Friday night and probably won't be home until 11.30 tonight
— david lyons (@davidly70701695) August 5, 2019
People have expressed their frustration to festival organisers online -- and with their car horns.
AA Roadwatch says the traffic management plan for the festival has now changed.
"Those leaving the Blue Car Park will travel north on the Kilmacthomas/Carrick-on-Suir Rd (R677) to the T-junction at Crehana, and then can take either the Dungarvan Rd (R676) towards the N25 or the Kilmeaden Rd (R680) to join the N24 near Fiddown," it says.
"Those leaving the Red Car Park should go south on the Kilmacthomas/Carrick-on-Suir Rd (R677) towards the N25. Those collecting people from the festival should go to Portlaw Village using the Kilmeaden/Carrick-on-Suir Rd (R680) from either side or the local road from Crehan."