Andy King Is Hosting A Virtual Music Festival & You Don’t Even Have To Suck Dick For Water

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Andy King (yep, the dick sucking one) is hosting a virtual music festival to commemorate the 3rd anniversary of the absolute shit show that was Fyre Festival, so get ready to party in your lounge room.

“This festival gives us a chance to translate the anniversary of Fyre into some real good that’s needed in the world right now,” King said in a press release.

King first made headlines with the release of the Netflix documentary,  Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened, in which he was legitimately prepared to suck dick for water. But since then, he’s scored himself a nice little sponsorship deal with Evian water, was reportedly in talks for his own TV show, and now he’s come full-circle and is hosting a virtual music festival. Talk about a journey.

Sure, Fyre Festival was an absolute shit show. But why reminisce on the bad stuff when we can party alongside most iconic person in the documentary and raise some money for a good cause?

This weekend, you can party with the man, the myth, the legend himself at the virtual Room Service Music Festival from the comfort of your own home. King is hosting the event, which takes place over a few days on both the Trap Nation and Chill Nation YouTube channels.

The impressive lineup includes A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Channel Tres, Yungblud, Chromeo, RAC, Cautious Clay, the Glitch Mob and countless other EDM artists to make you forget all about the fact that you likely won’t be dropping it low in the club for another couple of months.

And to make it even sweeter, the entire event is for charity, so you can be busting a move in the hottest nightclub in town (your lounge room) AND raising much-needed funds for Sweet Relief and Feeding America.

You can pump yourself up by watching the official trailer for Room Service Festival 2020 below.