Two years ago there was the Fyre Festival.
A music festival in Croatia has been evacuated after a massive forest fire caused chaos for thousands of music fans.
The fire reportedly broke out near the hip-hop festival.
Video posted to social media shows revellers leaving the festival site as the forest fire blazed in the background. However, due to the fire, the road to the closest town, Novalja, was forced closed, preventing many people from returning to their hotels.
In a statement, the event's organizers said "the safety of everyone at the festival is our utmost priority and we appreciate everyone's patience during this time", before offering instructions of how to evacuate to safety.
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They added that emergency services are still trying to contain the fire, "so we can't say just yet how this will affect today's beach performances".
Festival-goers filmed the blaze, which started on Monday night, on their phones, as plumes of smoke rose from the site near Zcre beach, on the island of Pag.
"Thankfully police are escorting buses through to collect any remaining festival-goers", the organisers said.
"We are therefore pleased to confirm that Fresh Island will continue as planned with no further disruptions", the statement reported.
Police ordered revelers to leave the popular beach music festival as more than 60 fire fighters, along with 45 police officer and 22 vehicles were dispatched to try to bring the blaze under control, with strong Bora winds from the Adriatic Sea fanning the fire.