"The greatest party that never happened."
Well well well... it's the moment we've all been waiting for. Ever since Fyre Festival went viral for all the wrong reasons, we've been hoping that somebody makes a movie about the experience. What was once advertised as a luxury music festival turned out to be the complete opposite. You've all seen the pictures: cheese on toast, mattresses all over the place and tents that were falling apart. Within seconds of walking onto the island, the Instagram models that had purchased tickets were all begging to be turned right back around. It was recently announced that Netflix would be releasing a documentary about the failed operation that ended up costing Billy MacFarland millions of dollars in a fraud case and now, the first trailer has been released.
The nightmarish scene will be fully captured in FYRE, the upcoming series on Netflix. In the trailer, folks can be seen arriving in the Bahamas as they believe they're headed to one of the most iconic happenings of the last few years. They were right but not for the reasons they had hoped for. We've got imagery of that infamous sandwich while people recount what they experienced, noting that it was a "free-for-all." Can we also all just relive the fact that all these people pretty much paid thousands of dollars to see Blink-182? Damn...
FYRE goes live on January 18. Will you be tuning in to see just how chaotic it all was?