I went to watch the Red Bull Flugtag in London last year and it was a hopeless waste of time.
Instead of getting on with the "flying" which is what the public wanted (and were waiting in 30-degree heat to see), the organisers insisted on employing Z-list "celebrities" to host the event who then proceeded to spend ages on tedious interviews and interim waffle both before and during the performance.
I gave up watching after just three flights, because I was sick of having to endure 10 minutes of nonsense just for 10 seconds of genuine entertainment.
I'm sure it all looked good in Red Bull's boardroom - but it was complete sh*t in reality. I shan't be going again until they learn to give the audience what it really wants.