We've just barely washed all of the dust out of our clothes, and now Coachella 2018 passes are already about to go on sale.
Unlike previous years, we actually already know one of the headliners: Beyoncé, who had to cancel her 2017 slot on the lineup due to her Instagram-breaking pregnancy.
If you're going to plunk down the cash, keep in mind that presale is your only chance to take advantage of the Coachella payment plan, which allows you to split up the cost between seven monthly payments.
Speaking of the
damages ticket prices, they've noticeably jumped up since last year's $399 general admission tickets. Here's a rundown of the costs (you can find more info about Lake Eldorado's luxe camping experiences on the Coachella website):
GA festival pass: $429
GA festival pass with shuttle pass: $504
VIP festival pass: $999
VIP parking: $150
Car camping: $113
Tent camping: $113
It's a pretty hefty premium, but this will be your only shot at tickets until (most likely) next January when the lineup is typically announced.
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