Items From The Failed Roxodus Music Festival On The Auction Block

Items up for sale include everything from promotional clothing to turntables

If you were one of the many people that were left stunned by the cancellation of Roxodus this summer, here are the consolation prizes. Promotional items, professional audio equipment and high-end electronics that were to part of the event are being auctioned off.

The festival near Stayner featuring Aerosmith, Billy Idol, Nickelback and other rock-heroes was suddenly cancelled in July when the organizing company, MF Live Inc, filed for bankruptcy.

Items up for sale: professional cameras, commercial kitchen equipment, a fully functional fire truck, as well as 14 new and never-used glamping tents. There is also two Nottingham Analogue turntables that Danbury Global values at more than $50,000.

Photo courtesty Danbury Global

This is an online-only sale. The auction began Thursday and continues until Tuesday. The sale items can be viewed in person on Monday at 385 Dundas Street North in Cambridge. The auction is being run by Danbury Global, a liquidation company.