Consumers will be able to purchase t-shirts, baseball caps, and other merchandise online through the U.S. Marshals' auctioneer, Gaston & Sheehan.
The items were initially meant to be sold at the music festival in the Bahamas but "were kept by McFarland, with the intent to sell the items and use the funds to commit further criminal acts while he was on pre-trial release", said U.S. Marshal Ralph Sozio of the Southern District of NY.
Proceeds from the sale will reportedly go towards paying off victims of fraudster Billy McFarland, the organiser of the disastrous Fyre Festival.
McFarland acknowledged defrauding investors of US$26 million (NZ$39.2 million) in the 2017 Fyre Festival and over US$100,000 (NZ$150,000) in a fraudulent ticket-selling scheme after his arrest in the scam.
If you've ever fancied owning a little piece of Fyre Festival, then now's your chance, with a variety of confiscated gear from the infamous failed event going up for sale.
Now 28, he's serving his sentence at a low-security prison in OH, according to the Bureau of Prisons.
Fyre Festival, an event that was to be the first of its kind, was set to take place over two weekends in 2017, on the picturesque island of Exuma in the Bahamas.
Among the mementos of that festival are sweatpants, shirts and tokens emblazoned with "a conspiracy to change the entertainment world".
Celebrities like Emily Ratajkowski and Kendall Jenner promoted it, and attendees paid thousands of dollars to stay in luxury accommodations and see bands like Blink 182. At 36 bids, the most popular lot was an aqua blue hoodie featuring the flag of the Bahamas on the back and sleeves patterned with the logo.
Registration and bidding is now underway for the Fyre Festival-branded items through the Texas auction house Gaston & Sheehan.