Tag: Coachella

Rage Against the Machine and Travis Scott Confirmed for Coachella 2022, Frank Ocean Moved to 2023

The fest’s co-founder Paul Tollett assures us the scheduled 2020 headliners will still take the stage—just not in the same year.

Coachella and Stagecoach 2020 Music Festivals Officially Cancelled

Riverside County public health officials signed an order canceling both music festivals.

20 Revelations from “Coachella: 20 Years in the Desert”

On the day Coachella 2020 should have been kicking off, here’s what we learned from the new documentary film.

Stream the New Coachella Doc “20 Years in the Desert”

The film will be streaming for free on the festival’s YouTube channel at noon PST.

Coachella and SXSW’s Staging Company Is Building COVID-19 Triage Tents

Choura Events is putting their structure-building skills to life-saving use. 

WATCH: “Coachella: 20 Years in the Desert” Doc Sneak Peak

The new film will fill in for the real thing until October. 

It’s Official: Coachella and Stagecoach 2020 Are Postponed

COVID-19 concerns have pushed the desert fests to the month of October.

Coachella 2020: Will It Be Cancelled Too?

With SXSW 2020 going dark over coronavirus fears, the music world waits to see how another of America’s biggest festivals will fare.

Coachella’s 2020 Lineup Is Dominated by Hip-Hop, feat. Frank Ocean, Travis Scott, and Megan Thee Stallion

Rage Against the Machine are also headlining, practically the only rockers who made the cut. 

Coachella 2020 Tickets Are Coming Soon

It’s time to start making plans for the desert trek next year.

Watch the Coachella 2019 Weekend Two Live Stream Here

Tune in for “Coachella Curated,” which incorporates special segments with Tame Impala, BLACKPINK, and more.

The Coachella 2019 Weekend Two Live Stream Is Going to Be Very Different

The festivities will be shown over a single channel, including prerecorded segments from around the world.

Watch Coachella 2019 Live Stream Here

Both weekends of the SoCal desert fest will be beamed live around the world, including sets from BLACKPINK, Childish Gambino, Billie Eilish, and Lizzo.

The Dolls Kill Coachella Quickie Mart Pop-Up is Genius

The “Online Boutique for the Misfits & Miss Legits” gets real for the California desert festival.

Tame Impala Reveal U.S. Headline Tour Dates

Kevin Parker and company will hit a handful of Southern states around previously announced festival dates.

WATCH: How the Super Bowl Is Like Coachella Starring Foo Fighters

Foo Fighters, Terry Bradshaw, Michael Strahan, and more star in Twitter concert live stream trailer.

Aphex Twin at Coachella 2019: It’s Really Happening

The elusive electronic music legend is set to appear at the most popular music festival in America. A closer look at how it happened.

WATCH: Fan Your FOMO with Some Coachella 2017 Video Highlights

From Radiohead’s unforeseen crowd-pleasing to “Kung Fu” Kenny’s cinematic themes

Eight Lower-Billed Coachella Artists You Need to Rework Your Schedule For

Have you heard of this band Radiohead?

Get God on the Phone: Coachella 2017 Lineup is Announced

Radiohead, Beyoncé, and Kendrick Lamar are your headliners.

LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Coachella Weekend One (4/15–17/2016)

Let’s play two.

WATCH: Ease into Your Monday with Coachella Weekend One Video Highlights

Run the Jewels, Sufjan Stevens, Mavis Staples, and more lit up the desert this weekend.

Welcome to the Jungle: Coachella 2016 Lineup Announced

Once again, no Bowie.

Coachella 2015, Weekend 1: Like The Deserts Miss The Rain

Coachella opens its doors, featuring craft beer, interactive art installations, and Drake.

RECAP: FLOODfest Coachella, CA, 2015

Special guests, grilled cheese sandwiches, and flowing drinks christened FLOOD’s inaugural trip to the desert

LISTEN: Ratatat Drops Hypnotic New Track “Cream On Chrome”

The electro-rock duo debuted the stand-alone number during their Coachella set.

RSVP: FLOODfest Coachella, CA, 2015

We’re kicking off the festival weekend with special performances by super-secret guests in the desert and you’re invited.

Desaparecidos Sign to Epitaph, Announce Plans for New Album

Desaparecidos formed back in 2001, but soon disbanded after being eclipsed by the success of frontman Conor Oberst‘s other band, Bright Eyes. After almost a decade and…


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