Fyre Festival attendees walk around the event site on Thursday night in Grand Exuma, Bahamas. Festivalgoers had paid thousands of dollars for villas and lodges on the beach, but instead found a chaotic tent city. Miles Braun hide caption

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At one of England's major music festivals, The Isle of Wight Council staffs an informational tent where festival goers can learn about recognizing and reporting sexual assault. Courtesy of David Huggins / The Isle of Wight Council hide caption

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How Can We Stop Sexual Assault At Music Festivals? One Group Says, Start By Educating

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Making Sure Ecstasy Is Ecstasy: Volunteers Test Drugs At U.K. Music Fests

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Customers line up for an ice cream van at the 2011 Glastonbury Music Festival in southwest England. Matt Cardy/Getty Images hide caption

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