Photos from this weekend’s Revolve Festival show smiling influencers in trendy outfits, posing in front of picture-perfect scenes — but according to some who had invites, the experience wasn’t quite as glamorous as images indicate.

It was attended by celebrities such as Kendall Jenner, Halsey and Kim Kardashian.

Many Antsy ticket holders were left feeling hot and dizzy after drinking no water.

Many complained about being pushed, shoved, shouted at by influencers who fought to get on the buses. This led to comparisons with the Fyre Festival or the dystopian Hunger Games. 

Clothing brand Revolve hosted a two-day festival in La Quinta, California - but some logistical issues have drawn criticism from attendees

Revolve, a clothing brand hosted a festival for two days in La Quinta California. However, some logistical problems have been criticized by attendees

Influencers were invited to the exclusive event to have fun and take photos, but several have complained that it was mismanaged after attendees were stranded in a parking lot for hours

The event was open to influencers who were there to take pictures and have some fun. However, many people have complained about how it was managed after they were left stranded for several hours in a parking garage.

They had to wait for bus transportation which didn't come quickly enough

Antsy ticket-holders were left hot and dizzy with no water, leading to several allegedly passing out

Antsy ticket-holders became hot and dizzy without water. This led to many people allegedly falling asleep. 

Those who put up with the wait and made it to the festival appeared to have a great time

It was evident that those who waited and got to the festival had a good time.

The exclusive event is held annually during the first weekend of Coachella but isn’t affiliated with the bigger festival.

Now in its fifth year — with a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic — Revolve Festival has its own musical performances, as well as countless expertly-crafted photo ops.  

However, some have shared their experiences and said that the road to getting there wasn’t exactly smooth.

Los Angeles Magazine’s Joseph Kaps Twitter reported the news, saying that Revolve Festival had been experiencing drama. The festival’sinks below Fryre Festival.

‘Influencers stranded in the dirt with no water, under the hot sun for HOURS, waiting for buses that aren’t coming to bring them to actual festival,’ he wrote, saying that there were ‘alleged fights, screaming, [and] everyone is dizzy.’ 

Los Angeles Magazine’s Joseph Kaps broke the news on Twitter on Saturday, writing that there was 'drama going down at Revolve Festival' which 'sinks to level of Fryre Festival'

Los Angeles Magazine’s Joseph Kaps broke the news on Twitter on Saturday, writing that there was ‘drama going down at Revolve Festival’ which ‘sinks to level of Fryre Festival’

'Influencers stranded in the dirt with no water, under the hot sun for HOURS, waiting for buses that aren't coming to bring them to actual festival,' he wrote, saying that there were 'alleged fights, screaming, [and] everyone is dizzy'

He wrote that he saw “Influencers left in dirt without water and hot sun for hours, waiting for buses to take them to the actual festival,” adding that there had been screams and fights. [and]Everybody is dizzy.

On Twitter, @iamchrismangos asserted that Revolve Festival was 'the MOST unorganized event I’ve ever gone too'

On Twitter, @iamchrismangos asserted that Revolve Festival was ‘the MOST unorganized event I’ve ever gone too’

He continued, “Security saw crowds of influential people shouting about how important they were. They deserved to be the first seats.”

The security guard was quoted as saying that chaos is what he saw. I do not know who is important or lies, nor if they are even important.

Accounts soon began coming in from influencers who were there — but never actually made it to the festival, giving up after hours of waiting. 

One, Averie Bishop, said the problem stemmed from the fact that attendees could only get to the festival in one of Revolve’s own shuttles — which didn’t come frequently enough.

Her friend and her waited in line for nearly two hours until they were able to ‘bailed’. 

“The logistics for getting there…out of [control]She said it, and her friend agreed that it was dangerous.

“There were pushing, shoveving, shouting and yanking of people in front the buses. People were standing between the moving buses! It was just to board these buses to go to Revolve Festival,” she stated.

Averie Bishop, said the problem stemmed from the fact that attendees could only get to the festival in one of Revolve's own shuttles - which didn't come frequently enough

Averie Bishop stated that this problem was due to Revolve not having enough shuttles so attendees couldn’t get to the festival on their own.

She and a friend waited in line for two hours before they finally 'bailed'

Two hours of waiting in line by her and her friend before she finally “bailed”

TikToker Hannah Kosh also complained about the event

Kristi Howard said she waited five hours and people behaved like 'monkeys'

TikTokers Hannah Kosh (left) and Kristi Howard (right) also complained about the event 

TikToker Hannah Kosh said: “You guys, it all was that and more. The buses were being robbed by people. Drivers of buses refused to go back. Three people were seen standing in line. Wild.’

Kristi Howard from another TikToker said that she traveled with her boyfriend from Nashville in order to attend the event. However, they never made it inside.

‘Waiting 5 hours in line like we were told didn’t get us anywhere thx to great security & organized transportation,’ she said. 

‘Now I love Revolve, everything I wear is Revolve, but Revolve Festival was a sh**show, it was a disaster,’ she went on. 

Kristi insisted she’s ‘not entitled at all,’ but there was ‘poor transportation, communication, and bad management’ that ruined the experience.

Kristi complained about randos who behave badly and acted like psychos, too. 

“I believe it was an oversold event.” “People were acting wild monkey-like,” she stated, adding that it was both stressful and madhouse.

Kristi Howard (not pictured) conceded that people who who did get into the event looked like they had fun and posted a lot of great photos

Kristi Howard (not pictured) conceded that people who who did get into the event looked like they had fun and posted a lot of great photos

But, she she noted, they are expected share content to as part of their invitation

But, she she noted, they are expected share content to as part of their invitation

But, she she noted, they are expected share content to as part of their invitation

The festival itself certainly seemed well-planned, with incredible photo ops

Amazing photo opportunities were provided by the festival.

There were plenty of large floral displays for guests to take lots of pictures

There were plenty of large floral displays for guests to take lots of pictures

For guests who wanted to capture lots of photos, there were many large flower displays.

The exclusive event required an invitation or a very pricey ticket

You had to be invited or purchase a ticket for the exclusive event.

In its fifth year, it's held during the first weekend of Coachella but is not affiliated with Coachella and has its own performances

In its fifth year, it's held during the first weekend of Coachella but is not affiliated with Coachella and has its own performances

This fifth-year event is being held at Coachella’s first weekend. It does not have any affiliation with Coachella, but it still has performances.

She acknowledged that some people did not get in, but she said that it was clear that the participants had fun. 

She said, “I don’t understand why they act like they got trampled to get here,”

Kristi was one of many attendees who said that they spent a significant amount of money just to get there. Revolve usually pays the expense of attending events and gives attendees store credit so they can purchase clothes from their website.

But this year, Revolve appears to have extended invites beyond big influencers, sending last-minute invites to smaller ‘micro-influencers’ as well — and they didn’t get the same privileges. 

Kirsti said she spend hundreds on her flights and other transportation, while Maria Caballero said she was asked by Revolve to pay $2,000 just to get a spot on the guest list.

“When you get an email from REVOLVE inviting you to REVOLVE festival but they’re asking you to pay $2k instead of [bringing]Maria sent a “+1” message on TikTok sharing screenshots of her email.

Revolve Festival also had a roster of celebrities turn up, including Kim Kardashian and Kendall Jenner

Revolve Festival had many celebrities, such as Kim Kardashian and Kendall Jenner.

Of course, none - including Chloe and Halle Bailey, pictured - had to take the buses

All of the passengers, including Chloe Bailey (pictured) had to use buses.

Also in attendance were Halsey (pictured), Sydney Sweeney, Storm Reid, and Olivia Culpo

Chanel Iman

Also in attendance were Halsey (left), Sydney Sweeney, Chanel Iman (right), Storm Reid, and Olivia Culpo

‘@Revolve it’s giving greedy,’ wrote one commenter, while another said, ‘Lmfao not them charging u to pay for the other influencers??’

Meanwhile, on Twitter, @iamchrismangos asserted that Revolve Festival was ‘the MOST unorganized event I’ve ever gone too.’ 

‘They kept people waiting in heat, with no water. No data was available to call an Uber. It took me 3 hours to wait in the line. There’s so much more omg,’ he tweeted.

Revolve Festival also had a roster of celebrities turn up — though none of them would have had to take the buses.

Stars in attendance included Kendall Jenner and Kim Kardashian.

DailyMail.com reached out to Revolve for comments.