Welcome to Fyre Festival 2

Yeah, you read that right.

Welcome to Fyre Festival 2
Photograph by Lukas Eggers / Unsplash.

What's there to say about Fyre Fest? The infamous flop of a festival that led to documentaries at Hulu and Netflix and ended up being a total scam is back for more fun!

Don't feel the need to save the date — seeing as though the original festival never happened — but according to Fyre Fest's website, the event is scheduled for December 2024.

But wait ... there's more. People are actually buying tickets. In fact, the first batch of tickets has sold out.

The next tier of tickets start at $799 and prices will eventually hit $7,999. Pay in full or with 12 monthly payments of you-deserve-to-be-scammed-if-you-get-a-ticket-to-this-thing. Hey, does this come with ticket insurance?

See you in the Caribbean!


Ms. Lauryn Hill is hitting the road in celebration of the 25th anniversary of The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. The tour will hit cities like New York, Washington, Chicago, Seattle and Denver.

Also on the road: Lana Del Rey. Lana's summer tour circuit has brought her from Chicago's Lollapalooza to Mexico City's Foro Sol. Now, you have the chance to catch her live at 11 newly-announced tour stops. These stops are centered around more southern states — Tennessee, Texas, Florida, Alabama and the like — so, sorry to everyone else.

Nelly Furtado has been on a comeback recently. A recent feature on Dom Dolla's "Eat Your Man" marked the singer's first new release since 2017. Now, she's set to have yet another collab with Timbaland and Justin Timberlake on "Keep Going Up." Suddenly it's 2007 again, and we couldn't be happier.

Timbaland, Justin Timberlake and Nelly Furtado's 2007 track "Give It To Me" secured the #1 position on the Billboard Hot 100.

Ed Sheeran announced his upcoming album, Autumn Variations, which is set to drop September 29. He noted on Instagram that this album was made at the same time as - (his most recent album, "Subtract").

Film and Television

And Just Like That ... has been renewed for a third season at MAX, so congratulations to you if you watch it, even though we all know that nothing comes close to the original series.

(And if Kim Cattrall doesn't want it, we don't either!)

Plus, Dune: Part Two has been pushed to 2024 amid Hollywood's strikes. If you can't wait that long for your Timothée Chalamet fix, you can see Wonka in December.