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Fyre Festival

A federal judge denied class certification to a worldwide group of Fyre Festival attendees who didn’t get what they paid for when they arrived at the failed 2017 luxury music festival. Damages vary widely among the festivalgoers, and it cannot be shown that all attendees relied on the same allegedly fraudulent marketing statements when they purchased tickets or airfare.

CHICAGO — A federal judge denied class certification to a worldwide group of Fyre Festival attendees who didn’t get what they paid for when they arrived at the failed 2017 luxury music festival. Damages vary widely among the festivalgoers, and it cannot be shown that all attendees relied on the same allegedly fraudulent marketing statements when they purchased tickets or airfare.

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