BREAKING: A bunch of rich kids spend $12,000 to find out what it feels like to live in poverty.
Fyre Festival was advertised as a luxurious boutique festival held on a Caribbean island, offering well-off millennials the chance to sleep in private villas, yacht with models, and catch performances from the likes of Major Lazer, Blink-182, and Disclosure, all for the very low price of $12,000.
But upon their arrival to the island on Thursday night, festival-goers were instead greeted to a post-apocalyptic tent city littered with trash heaps, feral dogs, and catered meals that amounted to a slice of white bread and cheese.
EVEN WORSE: There were no bands because they all backed out due to finding the production of the festival to be sketchy. Well they weren’t wrong.
Sounds like it was all just a scam to show these kiddos how life can get when your parent’s don’t pay for everything.
Good news though, you can hit this nightmare next year – May 2018 – for the second annual post-apocalyptic band-less music festival.