Music fans today have fired attacks at a music festival after the event organisers announced they have booked commercially successful artists to headline the festival in a bid to generate profit.

It is believed the festival cunningly booked the artists to increase ticket sales, allowing them to invest in a better festival experience, much to the annoyance of music fans everywhere.

Jimmy McIndie, a known tweeter and music fan, said: “It’s a disgrace. I don’t care if they have sold millions of records and have seven singles in the UK Top 40 chart – they don’t even use guitars for fuck sake!”

Music snobs and holier-than-thou record listeners have taken to Twitter to condemn the festival for wanting their commercial venture to succeed.

Notable examples of people who are too focused on how cool they want to appear on twitter over the fact they don’t understand the basic premise of tried-and-tested business models, include: