COACHELLA IN PALM DESERT
Coachella is one of the USA’s most renowned music events that represent almost every music genre, ranging from Indies to Hip Hop, Rock, and many others. This world-famous event is hosted at Empire Polo Field in Indio, Coachella Valley palm desert.
In 2012, it was expanded into a three-day event for two consecutive weekends. This extension effectively doubled the attendance figure, and a whopping figure of approximately 250,000 people was in attendance that year; the iconic event has truly lived up to its expectation.
A ton of diverse, entertaining events are lined up all day long for the wild weekend in the Indo dessert. For this event, 130 top artists from all over the world and USA are invited to perform; there are light shows, public art displays, retail tents, sculptural art, live music and much more.
The Coachella Valley is located at 81-800 Avenue 51, Indo, CA 92201 and stretches about 72km and is approximately 24km wide. The event has a great reputation as an occasion with significant demand for tickets, hence its better to purchase one as soon as tickets are available as they sell out speedily after its release.
There is quite a long list of ‘must dos’ and ‘do not’ in the imaginary Coachella handbook. First, ensure you bring a bandana or handkerchief because of dust which emanates from the area. Sunscreens, lip balms, sunglasses, and hats are essential to protect your skin from sun rays. Arrive at the venue early and mark out your parking location on your phone map as in a little while, a troop of cars will soon flood the area, and you can forget your parking area. Also, bring a jacket along to keep the cold out at night. The event comes with its very own custom wristband which you activate on the Coachella app to get the layout and the event program.
Celebrities are always spotted at this festival, making it a perfect opportunity to meet with your favorite celebrity. It also holds great potentials for a great photo destination site due to its high profile acts and scenic beauty.
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