Woodstock, Wyoming (CNN) A ticket issued by the state of Wyoming for the 2017 Woodstock festival has been revoked.
The Wyoming Department of Agriculture and Rural Development issued the ticket on Sunday, saying the permit holder violated the permit requirements of the state’s law for hunting.
The state requires all hunting permits to include provisions regarding animals not to exceed three days old and that any animals over three days of age must be released by the person.
Woodstock officials say they are aware of the ticket issue and are working with the state to resolve the situation.
In a statement, the state said the ticket was issued due to the holder’s failure to meet state regulations for hunting, which was not consistent with state wildlife management laws.
“The Wyoming Wildlife and Parks Department has reviewed the issue and has issued a revocation notice to the person,” the statement said.
The agency said the hunter had been issued a hunting permit that does not meet the requirements of Wyoming’s law.