YouTubers The ACE Family are offering fans a chance to attend their wedding if they buy tickets to their festival
Austin and Catherine McBroom of YouTube channel ACE Family said they were throwing a festival.
VIP packages cost $499 for five people and two ticket holders will be able to attend their wedding.
They also announced that they plan to leave YouTube in 2023, to focus on travel.
Austin and Catherine McBroom, who run the ACE Family YouTube channel, announced the launch of a family festival and 10 VIP ticket holders will be invited to their wedding.
The ACE family, who have 18.9 million YouTube subscribers where they post family vlogs featuring the McBrooms and their three children, have been implicated in several controversies during the last years. Most recently in October 2021, they lost ownership of their $10 million mansion following a debt of 8.7 million dollars. They now live in a new luxury home with a home cinema and a jacuzzi.
In their most recent video posted on March 19 Titled “The End of the ACE Family on YouTube”, the couple said they planned to leave YouTube at the end of 2022 to travel and “spend time with our family”, and announced they would be hosting an event called ACE Family Fest in August. the event website describes the festival as “Disneyland meets Coachella”, with people of “all ages” taking rides, interacting with wildlife and watching live performances.
Austin said the festival will be a “full experience” where attendees can “interact with all the other members of the ACE family,” adding that two VIP ticket holders will be chosen to “join us at our wedding at the end of this year. “
According to the ACE Family Fest website, the event will take place in August and there will be 5,000 tickets available, which are expected to go on sale in April. It looks like tickets will only be able to be purchased in bulk. The website lists a package that costs $299 for three tickets, while the “ACE VIP pass” package costs $499 for five tickets, and two of those pass holders will be chosen to attend McBroom’s wedding, along with their four guests.
The couple have been embroiled in several court battles over the past year. Catherine was prosecuted in April 2021 by a cosmetics company that said it tried to stage a “takeover” of a skincare line it was supposed to co-manage with them. Catherine denied those allegations in a court filing she filed in July 2021, Insider reported.
Austin was sued by the city of Beverly Hills in October 2021 for organizing what they say was an unauthorized gathering. Representatives for McBroom did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment at the time.
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