Live Nation held a music festival with 65,000 attendees.  Live Nation knew that illicit drug use by attendees was a significant risk and took some measures to prevent it and to provide hydration, security and medical care.  This decision holds that Live Nation had a special relationship with the festival attendees and owed them a duty of care with respect to providing needed medical care since Live Nation had complete control over what medical attention the attendees could obtain.  That Dix died of an illicit drug overdose was irrelevant to the duty issue, though it might figure in as to comparative fault.  The Rowland factors did not weigh against imposition of a duty of care.  There were triable issues of fact as to whether Live Nation breached the standard of care, so it was error to grant it summary judgment.