"In case you're wondering," one reveler wrote, "those 'cabanas' are actually disaster relief tents."
Let them eat cheese sandwiches. One attendee posted this pic of the dinner served at the luxury festival which included bread, cheese and salad with dressing.
This Fyre attendee tagged the Washington Post and the Weather Channel with the caption: "disaster at Exumas Georgetown international airport."
This guy tried to use his VIP status to get off the island: "Hey @delta and @AmericanAir, not you United, can you come to the Exuma airport and save us? I have an Artist Pass."
Someone snapped a shot of one of the notebooks from a festival organizer with a list of all the essentials, including 50 cases of pineapple juice, 6,000 Altoids and 3,000 Milky Ways. A comment left on the Instagram post
perhaps summed it up best: "This kinda looks like when I planned my 13th bday party."
After two hours on the runway waiting to take off, this reveler got his "Chex Mix ration."
This guy seems to have made the best of the situation. "Pigs make great wingmen!!!" he wrote. "Personally, I had a fucking blast at #fyrefestival The press blew it way out of proportion."
Expectations vs. Reality
Expectations vs. Reality Part Deux
No need for a carousel. "This is how Fyre Fest handles luggage. Just drop it out of a shipping container. At night. With no lights," one partygoer quipped.
The posh event came complete with this "view of the luxury food court" and "luxury school bus transportation," according to this angry attendee.
We've seen worse... then again, we never paid thousands of dollars for accommodations.
This just makes us sad.