Among the first of many mishaps, lost luggage, later brought to attendees in a shipping cart and tossed to the crowd.
“These are the secure lockers at Fyre Fest. They forgot to tell us we needed locks,” Finley wrote of this pic. Theft reportedly ran rampant the first night festival-goers were stranded, with some reporting lost passports and wallets.
With nowhere to go, limited electricity and limited toilet facilities, confused revelers congregated in the dining tents.
“This sums up Fyre Festival,” Finley joked of the unfinished, unstaffed concierge stand and disorganization around it.
Once some festival-goers were safely taken from the festival site and back to the small island airport, more chaos ensued, with flights sitting on the runway for hours, limited food and endless delays, Finley said.
Here, those trying to fly back to Miami needed to get off their plane, then reboard. Finley did eventually arrive safely in Florida on Friday afternoon, though many were still attempting to come back from Exuma.