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Arnold Palmer, The King, ruled the desert

If Arnold Palmer was the king of golf, and no one who knew anything about Palmer’s career would argue that point, then the Coachella Valley was one of the areas of his kingdom he ruled with dominance and benevolence.        

"Old People Coachella" Aims To Be The Best-Tasting Rock Festival Ever

You don't impress baby boomers with tacos and pizza, but organizers of next month's mega-concert have a secret weapon: tons of gourmet food. You don't impress baby boomers with tacos and pizza, but organizers of next month's mega-concert have a secret weapon: tons of gourmet food. Show More Summary

Former Beatle Paul McCartney’s Odd Request for Upcoming Concert Appearance: Can You See Me Now?

Paul McCartney had an unusual request in advance of a high-profile concert appearance, according to a report by The New York Post’s Page Six. McCartney is one of the iconic performers lined up for an upcoming concert near Coachella, Calif.,...

Weezer Turned Down Chainsmokers At Coachella But Wanna Work With Them Now

The Chainsmokers have been all over the charts and their rise has been very quick. They pretty much have their choice of whoever they want to work with now, even those who passed them down before. For instance, Weezer circled back around after declining a cameo in Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart’s Coachella set earlier […]

Desert Trip Festival Adds Additional Tickets

Great news for all those who have not managed to get a ticket for Desert Trip Festival. The classic rock fest that is going to take place at California’s Coachella Valley has just announced that more tickets are added. Desert Trip features a first-of-its-kind stage design and seating configuration. Show More Summary

Your Moment of Ew: Brought to you by the Daily Caller

CPAC (Conservative Political Action Conference) is wrapping up its 2010 conference in DC today. It's kind of like the Coachella festival of Conservative politicians. (So Mitt Romney's on stage 2 right now, but then at three we have to pick between Dick Cheney and John Ashcroft!) But these riveting speakers aren't the only exciting draw this year. Show More Summary

Indiegogo campaign wants to bring holograms into every home

Holograms aren’t just for science fiction anymore. Earlier this year we reported a story on a company that secured the rights to take Notorious B.I.G.’s likeness on tour, via hologram. Before that we saw Tupac rock Coachella. Sprinkled...Show More Summary

Here’s What the Street Style at Afropunk Festival in Brooklyn Looked Like

Street style varies wildly from festival to festival, nevertheless, the thousands of devout attendees of summer music events tend to adopt dress codes that align with the spirit of a particular festival. For Coachella there’s never been a shortage of flower crowns, crochet tops and cut-off shirts — clearly there’s something of a nouveau hippie spirit […]

Album Review: Frank Ocean’s Blonde Considers Identity, Sexuality, and the Roads Not Taken

Are you happy? Would you give up life as you know it to zip back to some idyllic teen summer and laze on the arm of a sorely missed first love? These questions salt the bedrock of Frank Ocean’s work, from the Coachella romance of “Novacane,” breakthrough single from a ... More »

Stagecoach Spotlight Tour takes festival's rising acts on the road

Get ready, country music fans: Stagecoach is hitting the dusty trail. Ten years after launching the Stagecoach Country Music Festival as the country counterpart to the annual Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in the California desert city of Indio, Goldenvoice is launching a touring version...

A Tech Conference with Soul

It was Coachella for the mind and soul, a voyeuristic peak into the human condition, and the joy and curiosity that's awakened when humans interact, laugh and gather. It was Brilliant Minds 2016! "Brilliant Minds is emotional architecture,"...Show More Summary


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Raportti From Flow Festival 2016: Anohni, Iggy, Oatly

By this point in the summer, those of us who’ve attended some combination of Lollapalooza and Outside Lands and Bonnaroo and Governor’s Ball and Coachella are usually ready to hang up our wristbands. Fortunately a trio of Nordic festivals — Gothenburg, Sweden’s Way Out West; Oslo, Norway’s Øya; and Helsinki, Finland’s Flow — has offered […]

Live Blog: Pickathon 2016

Pickathon 2016 Pendarvis Farm; Happy Valley, OR [August 5-7, 2016] by Kirsten Pardun on 08-17-2016 So, Pickathon might just be the hipsterest hipster fest ever. I know Coachella has the mainstream lockdown as the title holder for that award, but I’m pretty sure that’s just because they haven’t heard about Pickathon yet. Show More Summary

Metallic fake tattoos are interactive, look like fashion accessories (Tomorrow Daily show notes) - CNET

They might look like they fit in at a music festival like Coachella, but these temporary tattoos have secret superpowers.

Newswire: Thanks to Coachella, you’ll have to wait until 2017 for a new Shins album

Music festivals are hot and crowded and dirty, and the people there smell weird. It costs upwards of $10 for a bottle of water, the sound is sub-optimal, and there’s always some shirtless guy walking around with something stupid painted on his chest. Show More Summary

The Shins Album Postponed To 2017 So They Can Get Better Coachella Placement

It seems that one of our 101 Most Anticipated Albums Of 2016 won’t be out until 2017. Last week, Portland-based community radio station KBOO aired an interview with the Shins’ James Mercer during their bi-weekly “Youth Pandemonium” program in which Mercer describes Columbia Records’ decision to hold back on the the follow-up to 2012’s Port […]

Foals Call Coachella “A Bit Sanitized”: “People Don’t Rock Out”

In a new interview with Shortlist (via NME), Foals frontman Yannis Philippakis laid out his problem with Coachella. “Coachella is not my idea of a good festival,” he said. “You get celebrities at Glastonbury, sure, but people don’t go for that. Show More Summary

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