This year, the place to be and the start of the summer festival season is the Coachella Music and Arts Festival in California on April 13th thru 15th and again on April 20th to 22nd (for a second round)!
Tuesday, organizers announced the lineup for the now world famous Coachella festival, and one thing is certain, this festival will hit hard, AGAIN!
Headlined by Radiohead, Black Keys, Dr. Dre and Snoop Dog and several reformed groups are noteworthy, including the return to the stage of Pulp and the newly reformed At The Drive-In, who were the buzz on the Web Monday by announcing their comeback. In the French electronic scene, we have dearly noted Justice, Martin Solveig, M83, Breakbot, + SebastiAn. Other names that make us shudder include, The Hives, Girls, Metronomy, Arctic Monkeys, The Rapture, Cat Power, Roux, DJ Shadow AND a definite must see, Amon Tobin's not to be missed state of the art stage show + production.
Last year, tickets sold out in record time (less than a week) so be sure to check out the details and secure your ticket. Now grab your sunblock and go frolic in the grass with Kate Moss!
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Those of you planning on attending this years Coachella has already sold out in just about 3 hours after tickets went on sale. So, you’ll have to get creative about finding your way in to the festival...
The Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival is to be held on two consecutive weekends of April 13-15 and April 20-22 at The Empire Polo Field in Indio, California.
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Coachella Music & Arts Festival and Global Inheritance are confirming artists to participate in the TRASHed exhibit taking place this April in Indio, California.
Founded in 2004, the TRASHed :: Art of Recycling program is an interactive art walk on the Coachella grounds that encourages festival goers to recycle using redesigned recycling bins designed by artists from around the world.
50 artists will be selected to design a 65 gallon recycling bin for the festival in 2012. These recycling bins will be on display during both Coachella weekends and then donated to a local school in the Coachella Valley.
More information here.