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‘Storm Area 51’ Creator Leaves Alien-Themed Festival Over Safety Concerns

geek.com Tuesday, 10 September 2019 ()
‘Storm Area 51’ Creator Leaves Alien-Themed Festival Over Safety Concerns'Storm Area 51' creator Matty Roberts pulled the plug on the September 20 Alienstock festival in Rachel, Nevada, because he didn't want it to turn into a 'FYREFEST 2.0.' (Photo Credit: alienstockfestival / Instagram)

The man behind the viral “Storm Area 51” Facebook event is pulling the plug on an upcoming alien-themed festival in Nevada due to safety concerns and fear of the celebration turning into a […]

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Organizer Matty Roberts claims the cancellation is due to a dispute with the owner of the festival's setting.

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