Law360, New York (May 30, 2017, 1:32 PM EDT) -- The music event once billed by organizers and social media influencers as the musical and "cultural experience of the decade" has led to legal woes for its organizers and a host of challenges for attendees, sponsors, vendors, social media influencers and performers. The Fyre Festival was organized to potentially be the next Coachella for millennials, bringing at least 35 musical acts to island stages catering to the social elite, promising exclusive villas, gourmet meals, and featuring opportunities to rent jet skis, boats, park private yachts and enjoy an exclusive experience in the Bahamas. But, according to a class action suit filed...
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