Billy McFarland Offering Fyre Festival 2 Ticket With Condo Timeshare Included

The ill-fated Fyre Festival, which stranded thousands of attendees in the Bahamas and led to the imprisonment of its founder Billy McFarland, is unbelievably about to get a sequel. McFarland recently posted a TikTok video revealing details of Fyre Festival 2, which includes a partnership with Miami developer Gil Dezer and a chance to stay in one of Dezer’s planned Bentley Condo building in Florida.

The most expensive Ticket for the festival costs $1 million and includes one month a year for five years in Gil’s newest building, the Bentley Residences in Sunny Isles Beach, Florida. It’s fitting that Billy McFarland would manage to throw a timeshare into the questionable Fyre Fest 2. While Dezer confirmed that McFarland and his team have a contract on a 6,000-square-foot oceanfront unit in the planned 62-story, 216-unit tower at 18401 Collins Avenue, he is not a partner with the festival (The Real Deal). We can only imagine that Dezer is thrilled to be dragged into Fyre Festival 2 and its new set of crazy schemes.


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The three-bedroom condo, offered for $8.4 million, features 3,000 square feet of living space, a 1,300-square-foot garage, and a 1,700-square-foot balcony. While the prospect of luxury accommodations may be tempting, it’s important to remember the disastrous outcome of the first Fyre Festival in 2017. Is this a timeshare? How would any of this be managed? Does he expect multiple people to buy this? Let’s hope nobody is crazy enough.

Despite promises of gourmet food, top-tier entertainment, and luxury accommodations, attendees instead had disaster relief tents, cheese sandwiches, and canceled performances. McFarland was convicted of fraud charges and sentenced to six years in prison for his role in the failed festival.

All eyes are on McFarland’s latest pitch for Fyre Festival to see if it will be successful. Still, potential attendees should proceed with caution and be aware of the festival’s history before making any decisions.

Photo via Fyre Festival