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Desert Trip's dream lineup and sky-high prices are making history-and upending rock fest tradition

There’s a good reason many people are calling the Desert Trip music festival  “Oldchella”: The average age of the audience is 51; for the headlining acts, it’s 72. But if the punchline for the multi-weekend event featuring performances by half a dozen rock titans, including the Rolling Stones and...
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