Coachella festival 2020 guide
Coachella 2020 will be here before you know it. The Indio music festival kicks off a season of live music weekends around the country—put simply, all eyes and ears are on Coachella this spring. Find out who played the best sets at the pre-summer music festival, which special guest showed up, what everyone is wearing and the best things to eat and drink between sets (spoiler: food from some of the best restaurants in Los Angeles).
What is Coachella?
The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is an annual music festival held over two weekends in Indio, just east of Palm Springs.
When is Coachella?
The festival is held over two weekends. Coachella weekend one is April 10–12, 2020 and weekend two is April 17–19, 2020.
When do Coachella tickets go on sale?
Presale Coachella tickets go on sale Friday, June 14 at 11am. Expect general admission tickets to become available after the lineup announcement in the winter.
How much are Coachella tickets?
For the 2020 festival, GA tickets are $399, or $474 with a shuttle pass included. VIP admission is $929, and VIP parking is $140. For car camping, tent camping and Lake Eldorado prices, look here.
What’s the Coachella 2020 lineup like?
We won’t know for quite a few months. But Ariana Grande, Childish Gambino and Tame Impala topped lasy year’s lineup, just to give you an idea.
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DJ Khaled brought out Rick Ross, Migos, 2 Chainz, A$AP Ferg, French Montana, Swae Lee and other surprises for his Sunday set at Coachella 2017
DJ Khaled took the stage with an announcement that, next year, Coachella would have to give him a headlining slot. As if to prove it, he brought out a whole squad of A-list guests to join him on stage, including Rick Ross, Wale, A$AP Ferg, 2 Chainz, and Migos who, at this point, probably should have just been given a slot on the bill given their repeat appearances on stage throughout the weekend (but, for that, we’ll have to wait until FYF coming up in July). Oh, and Sylvester Stallone for a second there, because why not? The Sahara Tent crowd went wild for a set comprised of familiar bangers as the ‘major key’ Khaled trotted back and forth between the decks and center stage. The consummate hype man, he shouted out his collaborators, the artists behind the tracks he selected, and, most frequently, himself. A$AP Ferg was the first to accompany him on the stage, working through several of the Trap Lord’s recent hits, including with “New Level.” Ferg clambered down from the stage and through the throng of photographers to hop up on the barricade and rap surrounded by the hands—and raised smart phones—of the enthusiastic crowd. Next to join Khaled was 2 Chains who had a few problems with his microphone that seemed to persist even as he launched into performing along with his guest spot on the Chance the Rapper mega-hit “No Problems.” After that, the duo dimmed the lights and slowed down the tempo for a rendition of “Big Amount,” though the recording’s guest star, Drake, didn’t