‘Storm Area 51’ creator desires to show faux viral Facebook occasion into an actual music competition

Ah, the Internet. Brutal, true, and undefeated, the World Wide Web is extra than simply crucial instance of human ingenuity in historical past—it's the reward the retains on giving. The reward it's at present giving, the viral “Storm Area 51” marketing campaign, appears to be on the tail finish of a meme’s 15 minutes of fame, although, what started as a faux Facebook occasion gone fallacious might wind up being an precise music competition sometime.

The Facebook occasion, titled “Storm Area 51: They Can’t Stop All of Us” obtained thousands and thousands of RSVPs inside days of being posted. The occasion’s creator, Bakersfield College pupil Matty Roberts, not too long ago instructed KERO-TV,

“I wish to make it like a competition of types. I wish to have a bunch of various musical artists, all people from the EDM world after which possibly some indie rock, possibly some smaller guys which are up and coming. I’ve had lots of people DM’ing the web page saying their bands wish to play there, which might be tremendous cool,”

Roberts’ viral meme-inspiring “raid” of the mysterious Air Force base is ready to happen on September 20, and there’s no saying if it should ever totally materialize into an actual music occasion. If it does although, simply ensure that the Dancing Astronauts are in attendance.

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