The story of the 2017 debacle, in which a music festival fell apart due to the incompetence of the people running it, will be told…
The story of the 2017 debacle, in which a music festival fell apart due to the incompetence of the people running it, will be told on the streaming service.
The Fyre Festival, a planned music festival in the Bahamas that was scheduled to take place back in the spring of 2017, collapsed amid the organizers’ inability to put it together as well as instances of outright fraud. This resulted in a six-year federal prison sentence for one of the organizers as well as various forms of infamy for others involved, including rapper Ja Rule.
The Fyre Festival, meant to promote a music booking app called Fyre, was billed as a “luxury” music festival scheduled to take place over two weekends in March and April of 2017 on an island in the Bahamas, with headliners including Blink-182, Migos, and Disclosure.

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