By: Ryan Bassil – Vice Noisy, U.K
Tmrw.Tday is a new festival in Jamaica, but with more focus on the vibes.
Fyre Festival and its tale of myriad problems has been recounted so often it’s practically already folklore. To briefly recap: the “once-in-a-lifetime” April 2017 event spectacularly collapsed as airlines grounded and cancelled flights, headline acts pulled out and luxury necessities resembled little more than emergency relief supplies. A dazzling shitshow of our time.
In retrospect, Fyre Festival was doomed to collapse head over arse into the balmy waters of the Exumas. But what if it went ahead? A new festival called
Heat trails making their way across sun-kissed beaches, cool lagoons of blue water, the insignia of experiential dreams made real—these are the aesthetic details littered across tagram page (see what I mean below, with your human eyes). Like Camp Wildfire or Banksy’s Dismaland, is part of a new breed of festival aiming to inject some life into the dire, repetitive festival landscape.
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