Three years after Fyre Festival's storied failure to launch, merch is officially up for grabs thanks to a US Marshals Service auction.
The merchandise on sale was seized from the festival's founder Billy McFarland, as a means of offering some sort of restitution to victims duped by the failed festy.
126 items are on sale including loungewear, bracelets, and tokens bearing the now-embarrassing phrase, "a conspiracy to change the entertainment world." Bidding is open now and closes August 13.
According to US Marshal Ralph Sozio, the now-jailed McFarland had plans to sell the merchandise even after his arrest, but that won't be the case anymore. "The proceeds from the sale of these items, all traceable to McFarland's $26 million fraud, will go toward the victims of his crimes," Sozio revealed in a press statement.
You can bid on the Fyre Fest merch here.