The Unity Summit Music Festival promised to be the "biggest splash in recent Arizona music history" last November. Everything was supposed to go down at Mesa's Scarizona Scaregrounds and 10 satellite locations throughout the Valley, with tickets running anywhere from $75 to $1,200. But a lineup that justified the ticket price was never announced. Instead, an event took place at a pizza place in downtown Mesa. Mellow Man Ace, DJ Rectangle, and Iakopo were at the top of the bill. When competing documentary crews eventually descend upon the east Valley to investigate our state's version of the Fyre Festival, they'll find chaos behind the scenes. Stages were never built. While we never heard from anyone who ponied up $1,200 for a ticket, ultimately the vendors and performers paid the price: A lawsuit was filed against one of the co-founders in March for failing to return a deposit to the vendor.