If you happened to miss the chaotic festival, but want to somehow memorialize the disaster, you're in luck — official Fyre Festival merch has surfaced on eBay.

You can currently bid on navy and black Fyre Festival dad hats, which to be honest are actually pretty fire (sorry). Previously listed was this hoodie which failed to sell for a crazy $300, a used artist pass that serves no aesthetic or functional purpose, but still sold for $71, and a branded charging station that went for $56.

Don't worry if you missed your must-cop item. Both attendees and employees have significant financial woes after the festival, so if there's any extra merch floating around, it's sure to be up on the resell site soon.

In other news, here are 10 under the radar tracks to discover this week.

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