A music streaming app from the creators of The Fyre Festival, the global music festival that was canceled last year, is scheduled to launch later this month in Australia.
The Fyrestopia, which was hosted in the Bahamas, had a limited number of acts and was not a music festival.
Now the festival has been replaced by an app called The Fyrrestopia Festival of Light, which will offer up to 150 million songs.
The app, which is also being developed in the US, will be free to download for existing music fans.
“This is the largest event of its kind in the world and we have been working on bringing music to the masses in a way that no other music platform has done,” festival producer Ben West said in a statement.
“It will be a game-changer for the music industry and music fans.”
The FYF Festival of Lights will offer 150 million music downloads.
The festival was supposed to be held in January in New York, but was cancelled because of Hurricane Harvey, which left parts of New Orleans and Houston underwater.
The New York Times reported that some of the festival’s performers cancelled performances because of the weather.
The concert promoter was forced to temporarily close down the festival and its websites, which included ticket sales, on Friday.
It is unclear whether the app will be able to handle the huge crowds, or whether it will just be a limited offering.
A new music app to bring music to people The Fyle Festival of light, which has a limited availability of music.
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