The notorious organiser behind the ill-fated Fyre Festival is apparently planning a second event.
The first festival was billed as a luxury celebration on a tropical island in the Bahamas.
Instead, it turned into a disaster as revellers were left stranded on an unfinished site with little food, nowhere to sleep and no access to facilities - let alone any sign of the promised entertainment or Instagram influencers.
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The disastrous string of events saw organiser Billy McFarland sentenced to six years in jail for defrauding investors in 2018.
But he's indicated he doesn't want to let this slight mishap stop him from attempting a Fyre Festival II.
He's been using his time in prison to hand-write his memoirs, detailing his comeback plans. He shared these with freelance book editor Josh Raab, who in turn shared them with the New York Magazine.
"The Festival will not be a one and done event - it's happening again, so the original story will lose the potential to be told and set the stage if it's not done before the next events take place," McFarland told Raab over email.
The memoir's provisional title is Promythus: God of Fyre, and will "chronicle his career from the first investment in a now-shuttered start-up back in 2011 to the FBI paying him a visit days after the festival imploded", NY Magazine reports.
McFarland also reportedly plans on sharing stories about the people involved, including "actors, models, musicians, people who are only famous because their parents are, cameos from members of the Trump administration", the magazine says.
McFarland apparently plans to self-publish his book on Amazon at the end of April.
He is due to be released from prison in 2024.