VestiVille Music Fest Organizers Are Being Investigated For Fraud

The organizers could be facing up to six years in prison.

By: Shirley Ju (@shirju)

(AllHipHop News) The VestiVille music festival was deemed an absolute disaster after concert-goers arrived in Belgium only to find out it was canceled.

In fact, it was even deemed Fyre Fest 2.0 where the actual venue had no food or drinks — and no music.

A$AP Rocky even took to his Twitter to state he couldn’t perform due to lack of security and infrastructure, which led the Mayor to scrap the entire show.

Now, the founder of VestiVille could be convicted of fraud and could serve up to six years in prison.

The festival took to its social media accounts to state that security concerns were the cause of the cancellation, but now local officials have launched a full-blown investigation.

Many individuals took to Twitter to vent about how horrid their experience was, arriving on the campsite in Lommel, Belgium only to be disappointed with… nothing. Thousands were met with police with dogs trying to escort them out.

Belgium’s RTBF network states that three of the festival organizers were interrogated Friday night on a wide array of suspicions, including fraud, laundering, and breach of trust.

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