Fyre Festival will go down in history as one of the biggest mishaps in the history of music festivals.
After being immortalized by the very telling and in-depth documentaries done by Netflix and Hulu respectively titled “Fyre: The Greatest Party that Never Happened” and “Fyre Fraud”, the young entrepreneur turned con-artist Billy McFarland has taken his entrepreneurship to a new level.
Currently serving six years in federal prison for fraud and selling fictitious tickets, McFarland is working on a memoir that will talk about what happened from his perspective. According to McFarland’s girlfriend, the couple believes that the infamous documentaries that have been released over the past year have been extremely one-sided and bias in favour for certain individuals.
The Fyre Festival will go down as one of the biggest blunders in the entertainment industry with being marketed as the ultimate luxury trip filled with supermodels and rockstars, emphasizing an appeal to join the young elite in the industry.
But instead of being given the dream that was advertised, vendors and attendees were subject to something that was straight out of a B-horror flick.