Goldenvoice has announced its line-up of Los Angeles area shows between Coachella weekends. Dubbed Localchella, artists playing the 38 shows include Foster the People, CHVRCHES, Broken Bells, and Cage the Elephant.
Phil Collins doesn’t want to play Coachella, mostly because he’s not exactly sure what it is.
Going from the must-see Coachella headliner to this year’s over saturated festival act in less than a week, that has to be a record.
For those who thought they’d wait until later to buy their Coachella tickets, it seems you’re officially fresh out of luck.
Two twenty-somethings, Jillian Mapes and Jeremy D. Larson, put down their iPads and logged off Tumblr for as long as they could stand it to have an IM chat about the Coachella 2014 lineup.
Coachella and Governors Ball have a lot in common. Specifically, the big-name headliner.
After months of rumors and conjecture, it’s official: Coachella 2014 will be headlined by Arcade Fire, Muse and a reunited Outkast.
Although it’s been only a month since this year’s Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, the festival’s promoter, Goldenvoice, has announced the date and advance ticket sales information for next year’s event.
While the desert fest is a mecca for diehard music fans, it’s grown so large that for many others it’s simply a party destination. A recent “Kimmel” sketch pokes fun at the party kids.
During his Coachella performance Saturday afternoon (4/20), rapper Action Bronson brought with him a white garbage bag full of prescription bottles containing medical marijuana and tossed them into the crowd.
Major Lazer, New Order and Janelle Monae exemplify the non-stop dance vibes that permeate the entire Coachella festival, from the main stage to the new and intimate Yuma tent.
While there were no Daft Punk reveals or a blinding sandstorm, Coachella 2013′s second weekend kicked off by showcasing the impressively wide range of music delivered by the annual desert festival.
“If people are going to come see us there is going to be something that reminds them of a time when rock & roll and soul and rhythm & blues all came together,” frontman Ty Taylor said.
“Up to this point, I’m not a D’Antoni fan,” Flea said. “I feel like the Lakers hiring him is the biggest blunder in the Lakers franchise.”
Things couldn’t get any more uncomfortable between the band and the actor in this funny new video clip in advance of their webcast collaboration.