theMET’s 2009 Festival Guide: Coachella!

Ready for the ultimate music experience? We’re bringing you the first details to some of the hottest festivals happening around the country. What better way to see dozens of your favorite musical acts all together in one place than at a festival? First up, Coachella. Coachella: For those of you who want to rage in the dessert’s hot hot heat What is it?: A three-day annual music and arts festival features many genres of music including alternative rock, hip hop, and electronic music as well as large sculptural art. The event has several stages/tents set-up throughout the grounds, each playing live music continuously. Where: Empire Polo Fields in Indio. (No joke, this is the dessert) When: Friday April 17, Saturday, April 18 and Sunday, April 19 Who’s Performing?: Check out E’s list in the comments section. Girl Talk and the Killers are some I’m looking forward to seeing. How Much?: $269 for a 3 day pass, single day is sold out online but can be purchased for $100 at the day of the event. Tickets are not yet on sale.

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