Did You Pay For and Attend the 2017 Fyre Festival in the Bahamas?
You May Be Entitled To Compensation!
The Fyre Festival in the Great Exuma Island of the Bahamas, billed as a "luxury" event featuring high profile music acts and celebrity chefs, was canceled, stranding angry visitors some of who shelled out thousands upon thousands of dollars to attend.
Visitors at the music event called it a fraud. On its website, the Fyre Festival described itself a "cultural moment created from a blend of music, art, and food," and an advertisment for the event said it featured "the best in food, art, music and adventure." Ja Rule was one of the festival's co-creators and Blink-182, Tyga and Desiigner were supposed to perform but didn't. Some people paid up to $200,000 to stay in private villas, attend the event and enjoy high-end food and music from renowned artists, CBS Dallas reports.
Legal Action Being Investigated
If You Paid For And Attended Fyre Festival 2017 Contact Us!
The Law Offices of Philip DeBerard are investigating legal action to help victims get proper compensation for their tickets, airfare and other damages.
If you paid for and attended Fyre Festival 2017 contact us to share your story and explore your options to hold Fyre Festival, Ja Rule and others accountable and get full, fair and just compensation for your damages.
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