Coachella has announced that tickets to its 20th anniversary festival will go on sale today (1st June) at 7 pm.
Next year’s desert-set extravaganza takes place from 12th to 14th April and 19th to April 21st at the Empire Polo Club in Indo California. Headliners have yet to be announced for the two-weekend festival.
Three-day VIP, camping, shuttle passes, hotel packages and more will be available during the advance sale, with general admission tickets starting from $429 (£322.77).
Coachella 2018 took place last month and saw rap icon Eminem, R&B-funk lothario The Weeknd and pop icon Beyonce take to the stage as headliners. Beyonce’s set has been hailed as one of the festival’s finest in recent memory.
Organisers behind the California double-weekender are currently putting on their debut UK event All Points East. The festival takes place across 10 days, with a host of smaller events at various London venues complimenting the three day event (May 25-27) in Victoria Park, Hackney. Have a listen to 10 massive tracks heard when James Murphy and 2ManyDJs' travelling audiophile soundsystem Despacio hit All Points East last weekend here.
Acts still to come include Catfish and the Bottlemen, The National and Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds.