What Is Coachella?
“Coachella” is the short name and most commonly understood term describing the Coachella Music And Arts Festival. It is an annual music and arts festival. Coachella has evolved into a cultural phenomenon that attracts about 250,000 people each year. Attendees tend to obsess over who will be announced in the Coachella Lineup and what they will wear as a Coachella Outfit. People that attend strive diligently to have a great time and come up with the most poppin’ set of outfits. Fans eagerly await which bands and artists will be named in the Coachella Lineup well in advance of the festival.
Over the years many very high profile performers have excited the crowds at Coachella. Guns N’ Roses and Beyonce have been there. Ed Sheeran, Bruno Mars, Metallica, Madonna, Elton John, Kendrick Lamar, The Rolling Stones, Justin Timberlake, and many other artists have connections to Coachella.
Where Is Coachella?
Coachella takes place at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California. This is the dessert region near Palm Springs and a few hours East of Los Angeles.
When Is Coachella?
Coachella generally takes place over two weekends in mid to late April of every year.
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HITS Daily Double: Coachella 2019 headliners are Childish Gambino (Friday), Justin Timberlake (Saturday) and Kanye West (Sunday), according to sources from Coachella