The news of Pemberton Music Festival’s cancellation isn’t even a few hours old and it has already drawn a wide range of emotional reactions from heartbroken festival-goers.
If you haven’t scanned your timeline yet you may have missed out on the anger, outrage, and general amusement that social media users have greeted the news with.
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So here are some of the best tweets we’ve seen so far.
People speculated that it was all one big scam
#Pemberton ? more like Scamberton
more like Shamberton
more like thatdidntgoaccordingtoPlanberton
— JESSIESS (@itsjessiess) May 18, 2017
And that it was no longer ‘lit’
Fam, this is so not lit. @Pemberton_Fest
— CFOX (@CFOXvan) May 18, 2017
We all felt this when we read the news
— Connor McLean (@condude_dads) May 18, 2017
Though some were never rattled in the first place
So Pemberton Music Festival got cancelled. My reaction = meh #pembertonmusicfestival
— Hasan Namir (@HNamir) May 18, 2017
Eventually the frustration began to surface…
Raise your hand if you’ve felt personally victimized by #pemberton music festival 🙋🏻🙋🏻🙋🏻
— c▽itlin (@caitlinhoodrat) May 18, 2017
How could you say no to these new offers?!
Selling 2 #pemberton tickets, $20 each, can’t beat that
— joshua (@j0shc) May 18, 2017
How are you going to tell your festival buddy that hasn’t heard yet?
— Wayne Carrasco (@wayner24) May 18, 2017
It could always be worse, I guess
— Coby M (@DeathToCoby) May 18, 2017
Festival-goers are banding together to propose solutions as we speak…
We don’t need #PembyFest, guys. We can start our own festival. With black jack! And hookers!!
— Andy Cole (@AndyCole84) May 18, 2017