The not new ticket for 2017 is a new music festival named Fyre Festival. Already being touted by some as the must-attend festival of the year, this Coachella-like, two-weekend event was masterminded by rapper, singer, and actor Ja Rule and will include art, concerts, food, even exploration of the Fyre Cay island in the Bahamas. The festival will take place on two separate weekends: April 28 through 30 and May 5 through 7, 2017.


While the roster was not yet officially announced at press time, the goal is to present concerts that will include artists from multiple music genres including (but not necessarily limited to) hip-hop, pop, rap and rock. The promoters also are expecting some unusual collaborations and believe that music fans will enjoy more of a personal experience than they would at any other festival. Indeed, there will be more than music at this event. Learn more about Fyre Festival:

More Than Music

This is promising to be an event on an island that will feature concerts, art installations, noteworthy cuisine, talks by various cultural leaders and even time for lounging on the beach.  Read more: Fyre Festival | Facebook

After all, Fyre Cay once hosted such characters as Pablo Escobar and Blackbeard, which makes the location an apropos locale for artists, thrill-seekers, and assorted others interested in taking part in a couple of modern-day treasure hunts for over $1 million worth of cash, jewelry, and other unidentified prizes.


Tickets for this VIP luxury experience festival are all designated “full access.” They include access to everything on the island as well as your personal accommodations, and your airline flight to and from Miami, Florida.

The festival weekend package ticket prices start at $1,500. Seasoned festival attendees believe that the Fyre Festival is just perfect for those who no longer favor not being able to shower for an entire weekend, ruining your shoes in a mess of mud and muck or dining on questionable carnival-style cuisine. Watch for more news about this spring’s Fyre Festival as the happening draws nearer.