One of the most attended and famous valley music and arts festival that is being held annually is the Coachella. This year the music festival will be held on April 14 to 16 and April 21-23 in Indio, California.
Everybody, especially the youngsters, goes crazy over Coachella, where they can all dress up bohemian style, be themselves, party with beers and good music. Celebrities like Vanessa Hudgens, known as the Queen of Coachella, Kendall and Kylie Jenner and more never misses the coolest festival as well.
This year, as things are just getting fancier and fancier than they were ever before, people couldn't get more excited with Coachella, and they couldn't help but wonder who will headline the 2017 Coachella. There are almost 150 booked acts for this year's fest and a few of them are Lorde, xx, Travis Scott, Bon Iver, Future, New Order, Justice, Schoolboy Q, Gucci Mane and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band.
The general admission to three-day passes will start at the price of $399. Meanwhile, VIP three-day passes will be at $899 this already includes the accessibility to parking lots and camping areas. On Wednesday at 11 in the morning (Pacific Time,) passes will go on sale on the official Coachella site.
There will also be add-ons - such as shuttle service to hotels, accessibility to camping areas and the like will be available at an additional cost. The general admission ticket with a shuttle bus ride to their hotels will be at $474. It's a quite pricey festival but it's absolutely worth every penny as Beyonce, Kendrick Lamar, and the Radiohead will be there too.
Radiohead together with xx, Travis Scott and other artists will perform on Friday, April 14 and 21. Beyonce, Bon Iver, DJ Snake, Future, Martin Garrix and more, on the other hand, will be at the festival on Saturday, April 15 and 22. Lastly, on Sundays, April 16 and 23, Kendrick Lamar, Lorde, Justice, New Order and others will be the ones to perform. Tune in on Traveler Today for more news, tips and updates.
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