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Coachella: 20 Years in the Desert, a documentary of the Indio music festival is coming to YouTube this Spring
The Coachella Music and Arts Festival surprised plenty of music fans this week as, after they dropped the lineup, organizers announced that all of the Weekend One tickets had already been scooped up during the fest's advance sale.  The announcement left fans with only the chance to buy up tickets to the always less-in-demand Weekend Two.  On the bright side, for those still wishing to attend Weekend One, the price of wristbands has actually dropped on the resale market since last the lineup was announced. 
The lineup for the Coachella 2020 is here.
We are likely less than a week from the announcement of the 2020 Coachella Music and Arts Festival lineup. Of course, keeping something like that a secret is nearly impossible - so, just a couple of weeks after we learned that the headliners will likely be Rage Against the Machine, Frank Ocean, and Travis Scott, we now get word of a few more artists reportedly heading to the Empire Polo Club in April.
Travis Scott, Frank Ocean, and a reunited Rage Against the Machine will headline Coachella 2020, according to Us Weekly.
In less than a month, we will likely know who will be performing at the 2020 Coachella Music and Arts Festival in Indio. As we await the lineup announcement, and final round of ticket sales, rumors have started to swirl about who will be performing at the Empire Polo Club this Spring. So what are some of the names are floating out there?
Rage Against the Machine performed at the very first Coachella Music and Arts Festival and it sure does appear that they are going to play both weekends of next year's Indio fest as well.
It's that time again! Just a little more than a month after closing out the 2019 Coachella Music and Arts Festival, organizers have announced that tickets for the 2020 fest will go on sale this Friday.
A residence used to house influencers during the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival by the fashion app Dote grouped white influencers together and gave them better rooms, according to a group of YouTubers who were part of the experience.
Kanye wasn't the only one trying to make a profit on Easter morning.
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