As April rolls around the corner, so does the word “Coachella”. Coachella refers to a six-day long festival, spread out over two weekends filled with thousands of fans gathered to watch some of the top artists perform in California’s Indio desert. As one of the most largest and most profitable music festivals, Coachella is the event of the year for concert-goers.

Featuring artists like Florence and the Machine, Marina and the Diamonds, Azealia Banks, Kaskade, Alesso, and The Weeknd, Coachella draws in fans of all different genres of the music world. With various artists playing back to back, Coachella makes sure the audience never has a moment to be bored. The amount of variety showcased at Coachella is a spectacle in itself. Along with music, Coachella is unique from other music festivals because it showcases art installations across the venue. Although the installation, transportation, and set-up of the art itself is very expensive, the amount of exposure the artists receive outweighs it. These giant art installations are another major attraction for thousands of festival-goers who love to snap pictures for the quintessential Coachella post to social media.

Every year, Coachella’s attendance continues to grow. On average over a hundred thousand attend daily. Often times, there are celebrity sightings at Coachella as well. As one of the headlining events in pop culture today, the popularity of Coachella continues to grow.

Overall, Coachella is a key two-weekend long experience for today’s younger generation, and based on the trajectory of growth it continues to take, it will be an event not to be missed for many more years to come.

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Jeremy RichardsonCoachella