FA bevy of beauties gathered together to promote a new music festival to be held on Fyre Caye in the Bahamas. Alessandra Ambrosio, Bella Hadid and Hailey Baldwin joined Emily Ratajkowski, Elsa Hosk and Paulina Vega on one of the most enviable trips imaginable. A report from Bustle reveals that while photo shoots were leaked on Instagram, details about the event were not released, which increased the buzz and intrigue and inspired celebrity posts inquiring what Fyre Festival was.
Celebrities, artists and the models posted orange tiles on Instagram to announce the event. More details have been announced, although the scheduled performers haven’t been revealed. Fyre Fest is a brand new music festival that comes to Fyre Caye on two consecutive weekends. According to Bravo TV, Fyre Festival will host star-studded events on April 28 to 30 and May 5 to 7. Some of the leaked activities include music, culture and food.
So far, we know that participants will enjoy yoga on the beach, water trampolines and snorkeling. There is a plane wreck off Norman’s Cay that will provide an opportunity for underwater exploration. Learn more about Fyre Festival: http://ampthemag.com/the-real/first-ever-fyre-festival-comes-accommodations-private-plane/
The models apparently did a good job promoting the festival. All the buzz has created traction on social media. People are already seeking information on how to attend. The event, created by Ja Rule, is being compared to Coachella.
Tickets to the event are available on the event site and can be purchased for one weekend or both. Prices range from $1,194 to $50,000. Both ends of the spectrum include a private flight from Miami to Fyre Caye. The $1,194 ticket gets you entrance to the festival and a twin bed.
The super pricey $50,000-per-person package includes exclusive VIP experiences yet to be detailed as well as dinner with one of the performers. None of the performers have been announced, and this could be a purposeful move to generate even more buzz and mystery around the event.
Fyre Caye used to be owed by Pablo Escobar, and to add to the notoriety of the island, Blackbeard reportedly left $1 million in treasure behind on one of his voyages. If so, you can this could be the only music festival to boast an opportunity for a participant to become an instant millionaire.