'Storm Area 51, they can't stop us all' update

Update on the 'Storm Area 51, they can't stop us all' Facebook Event... it was suppoed to be taking place tomorrow...

Some are upset, some are excited.... https://www.facebook.com/events/448435052621047/

"Spawned from the now legendary “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us” meme, comes AlienStock the TOUR!
Now you can party with Matty Roberts and meet the guys who were visited by the FBI, who forced the government to respond to a meme!
Nightclubs, Parties, Festivals, Meet & Greets and more… coming to a galaxy near you!
Check back here for upcoming news and event information-
For inquires, please visit our website:"

So what do you think? Were they forced by the FBI to remove the event? I think they got what thery wanted, they forced the government to respond to a meme... over 2million people responded to the event.... Trolling the government. The power of a meme!

"Some people are already there
Dutch YouTuber and his friend were arrested last week for trying to enter Area 51. They told police they had come to the area for the event.Despite the potential danger, Mr Roberts has no regrets for his role in starting the alien craze.
"If I could go back in time, I would absolutely still make that post. 100 per cent," he said," ABC.net reported

Though this one has been changed, it's not too late to RSVP to 'Storm Buckingham Palace, they can't stop us all'


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*Update* 23rd Sept 

time.com reported: "Danny Philippou, a 26-year-old YouTuber from Australia who attended Alienstock, was one of the hundreds who tried to mildly, jokingly “storm-but-not-really-actually-storm” the gates of Area 51 — but it was nothing the Air Force would be afraid of. “We were expecting a bigger, crazier event,” he tells TIME.

Despite a small handful of arrests, it was mostly an invasion of friendly humankind. Most people came to the gathering in peace.

The number of guests for the Sept. 19 to Sept. 22 program peaked at only 3,000, according to the Reno Gazette Journal, after the event’s original organizer, Matty Roberts — the 21-year-old who started it all with the viral Facebook event, “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us,” in June — parted ways with the festival earlier in September. Roberts’ Facebook event had gone so viral that millions of people said they’d actually “storm Area 51,” the nearby mysterious military base that’s long mystified conspiracy theorists and pop culture aficionados alike who believe there’s proof of extraterrestrial life inside.

With lime green alien suits and tin foil face masks, guests of the original Alienstock music festival gave extraterrestrials a run for their money.

One small Nevada town was bracing itself for the original alien-themed music festival that the viral internet joke that gave birth, anticipating that anywhere between 5,000 and 25,000 attendees would descend on their tiny desert town of 40-50 residents." 
Read the full article here: https://time.com/5681197/area-51-raid-aftermath/