Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival

Over the past 20 years, thousands of music lovers and trend-setters have traveled to Greater Palm Springs for the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, one of the most recognized music festivals in the world. Held at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, the event takes place over two consecutive weekends and has hosted a wide range of artists, from rock stars and independent bands to traditional pop artists like Ariana Grande, Lady Gaga, and Beyonce.


Coachella is a great time for festival-goers to explore all that Greater Palm Springs has to offer, from sightseeing to shopping and hiking. Artists should take part in a self-guided walking tour of Coachella Walls, a public art project that revitalizes the historic center of the small town or visit the Palm Springs Art Museum, which houses inspiring works ranging from photography to contemporary glass. Coachella tickets can be found on Tickets4Festivals. Some may even want to unwind in one of the region’s hot spring spas before another full night of musical festivities. 


While the festival has food stalls on-site, there are great local restaurants and brasseries a short drive away, as well as pop-up shops, poolside food, after-parties, and more special events during the two weekends. Those attending Coachella for the first time can find all of the festival essentials they need, from what to make parking a breeze.


What is Coachella?


The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is an annual music festival that takes place over two weekends in Indio, just east of Palm Springs.


When is Coachella?


The festival takes place over two weekends, Coachella weekend one is April 9-11, 2021, and weekend two is April 16-18, 2021.


Coachella: 20 Years in the Desert’ Documentary Premieres Friday on YouTube:


This weekend would have marked the 21st edition of Coachella, although we were all caught up in a YouTube frenzy that fortunately helped heal our own Coachella. To celebrate and commemorate this event, which would also have been my 12th consecutive year, YouTube produced an original documentary called Coachella: 20 Years in the Desert.


Available in streaming now, the documentary opens the doors of the festival and all its memories, performances, and interviews with artists from 1999 to 2019. Centered on two decades of music, the documentary also opens the safe to present BTS and exclusive Festival performances.


The film presents the colorful and playful beginning of its fame as an exclusive marquee festival, framed with its emblematic interludes by Billie Eilish, Kanye West, Daft Punk, Madonna, Travis Scott, BLACKPINK, LCD Soundsystem, Rage Against The Machine, Pixies, Swedish House Mafia, Jane’s Addiction, Björk, The White Stripes, Moby, Beck, Radiohead and more.

Watch The Full documentary Here: 



Coachella and Stagecoach Have Officially Canceled for 2020


The popular annual Coachella music festival and his country music brother Stagecoach have been canceled for 2020.


While the promoter of the events, Goldenvoice, has not yet made a public announcement, the cancellation order was issued Wednesday evening by the public health officer of Riverside County, California.


In March, festival organizers announced that Coachella and Stagecoach will be delayed until October. However, the order from Dr. Cameron Kaiser, the health worker, warned of a possible increase in COVID-19 infections this fall. He also noted that festivals attract “hundreds of thousands of participants from many countries” and that if an epidemic were to occur at Coachella or Stagecoach, it would be “impossible to find those who might be at risk”.



Coachella festival announced the April 2021 dates for the two festivals on social media on Thursday afternoon, adding that they would also be sharing new lineups. The organizers also said that all 2020 passes will be honored next year.


10 Pro Tips on How to do Coachella


  1. First, do your homework and stick to a plan. Know who you want to see and where they are. Know the overlays. Study the festival calendar like crazy when it falls.


2. Camp. It’s cheaper and easier. You can still go to all the pool parties, you can still take a shower, but you don’t have to sacrifice eight paychecks, your firstborn son and your dignity for a mediocre condo 45 minutes from the venue.


3. Do not try not to eat all day … I know you want to look as thin as possible, but you will pass out and die, and you may miss the ceiling you wanted to see.


4. Start the day with fruit. It gives you vitamins and energy and you will feel like a superhero ready for the next day.


5. Drink a bottle of water just when you wake up in the morning and just before bed because dehydration is NOT elegant.


6. Do not stay in the Sahara tent all weekend. It is scientifically proven that this is how brain aneurysms occur.


7. Use the restroom between the main stage and the outdoor stage next to Beer Gardens. They are always less crowded and * sometimes * there are AC bath trailers at the rear.


8. Don’t forget your money. ATM fees are over $ 7,000 per transaction, so you just need to withdraw the money before the weekend and the budget. Maybe that $ 70 cash only merch hoodie wasn’t a good idea after all.


9. When it’s time to fill up with water, take all the water bottles where you can put your legs and fill them all at the same time. Distribute to selfish friends by asking them for a sip so they don’t drink all of your precious waters.


10. Do not plan to meet your friends near moving art installations. For obvious reasons.

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