It’s a multitude — and never a reasonably one.
A Twitter person in contrast BravoCon 2022’s Friday opening to the notorious Fyre Festival, calling the New York City conference a “s–t present.”
The attendee wrote, “Shame on @BravoTV. #BravoCon is the brand new Fyre Festival.
“Waiting hours in traces for panels just for there to be stampedes in, no chairs, folks tenting out all day to not let others in, no use of the RFID bands,” she continued. “It’s a s–t present.”
In an accompanying video, the social media person confirmed hordes of Bravo followers racing ahead and ducking below boundaries.
“This is Fyre Festival,” she stated from behind the digital camera as fellow attendees shouted amid the chaos, referencing the fraudulent 2017 music competition.
Other friends chimed in by way of Twitter with their very own experiences.
“Being informed they gained’t honor VIP or SVIP is NOT okay for folk who paid precious, hard-earned cash for these tickets,” one wrote.
“Better logistics and planning are key. Watching them stroll round with employees coaching AS we’re IN the convention already,” they added.
“smh i can’t imagine i paid for this. really feel like an fool,” another tweeted.
BravoCon, a three-day extravaganza, is in its second 12 months, with the conference kicking off in November 2019 however taking a break amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Out of an abundance of warning, we’re suspending … till subsequent 12 months,” Bravo introduced in April 2021.
“We are simply as dissatisfied as our loyal followers to must cancel this 12 months’s occasion, however well being and security are our prime priorities,” the community’s assertion continued.
“We sit up for celebrating BravoCon 2022 collectively.”
Bravo revealed this 12 months’s stars and pricing data in July, with three-day normal admissions ticket ringing in at $430, the VIP Bravoholic bundle costing $825 and the SVIP Future Bravoleb deal coming in at $1,950.
Over 100 Bravolebrities are in attendance at Javits Center this weekend, from “Housewives” to “Vanderpump Rules” and “Southern Charms” stars, amongst others.