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Storm Area 51 creator calls AlienStock 'a possible humanitarian disaster'. But it's still going ahead.

Mashable Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
AlienStock — the Nevada desert music festival that grew out of a joke Facebook event to plan to "Naruto run" into Area 51 — is battling reports that it's not ready to host thousands of people, after the guy who started the year's wildest meme pulled out citing "poor planning" and endorsed a competing party.

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The "Storm Area 51" event turned music festival is moving ahead even though there's a legal battle brewing.

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