When and where is Coachella 2019, which celebrities will attend and who are the headliners?

IT'S finally returning after being rescheduled FOUR times.

And music fans who are lucky enough to get their hands on Coachella tickets can't be anymore excited.


Where is Coachella?

The music event is held in the Coachella Valley in the Riverside County city of Indio, near Palm Springs California.

It's technically a metropolitan area of LA, although the desert landscape certainly makes it seem barren.

The event has five different music stages, a giant food hall and a huge camping area with its own showers, wifi, toilets, stores, phone charging stations and more.

When does Coachella take place?

Coachella will be taking place across two weekends in April, 2022.

Harry Styles has been announced as the headliner for the first weekend on Friday, April 15th and Friday, April 22nd.

Billie Eilish, who is set to be Coachella's youngest headliner in the festival's history, will take the stage on the second weekend, Saturday, April 16th and Saturday, April 23rd.

Ye (Kanye West) will headline on Sunday April, 17th and Sunday, April 24th.

How many people attend Coachella?

Around 500,000 people attend the festival every year.

The return of Coachella this year is highly-anticipated after organizers were forced to reschedule the highly-coveted festival four times.

Tickets, regardless of the expense, are selling like hot cakes online.

How can I get tickets for Coachella?

Coachella's pre-sale tickets ran out just hours after the tickets went on sale on June 4, 2021.

Because of the A-List acts that perform at the festival, and the stars that attend, the large-scale event is not cheap.

The tickets for the festival are sold separately for two weekends, and you can choose between lots of different types of three day passes for the festival.

Presale tickets for week 2 go on sale Friday, January 14 at 10am.

It is best to sign up at Coachella’s website for the most direct and safest opportunities.

Tickets for the first weekend are sold out but here's what you can expect to pay for the second weekend.

Festival passes

  • General admission pass starts at $449 to $499 plus fees
  • General admission pass with shuttle $533 plus fees
  • VIP pass starts at $929 to $1049 plus fees
  • Lake Eldorado Lodge + general admission for two people $2331 plus fees
  • Lake Eldorado Lodge + VIP pass for two people $3411 plus fees
  • Lake Eldorado Tent +general admission for four people $3266 plus fees
  • Lake Eldorado Tent + VIP for four people $5366 plus fees

Additional passes

  • Car camping $102 plus fees
  • Preferred car camping (reserved spot) $266 plus fees
  • Tent camping $102 plus fees
  • Camping campion carpark $55 plus fees

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