Sure, your dad is stoked about 'Desert Trip', but based on this dark, scary promo for an upcoming KESQ story, the three day festival is probably going to leave us all broke and on the streets.Not much is...
While hundreds of thousands of people are preparing for Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, The Who, Roger Waters, and Neil Young at the 2016 installment of Desert Trip, promoter Goldenvoice might already be looking ahead to 2017....
The Desert Trip 3-day music festival is just a few months away and, assuming the Coachella Valley does not melt first, come October Paul McCartney, the Stones, Neil Young, the Who, Roger Waters and Bob Dylan will be rocking...
If you missed out on tickets to 'Desert Trip', you can still see the Rolling Stones as Mick, Keith, and company are playing Vegas the week after.The band announced Thursday that they will be playing the new T-Mobile Arena on...
'Desert Trip' - a three day music festival your dad won't stop talking about and scalpers believe is the greatest thing to ever happen to them - got some heat from fans after a decision by promoters to ban...
Update: the chairs are back."Desert Trip" - a three day festival pretty much everyone is calling "OldChella" and that your dad is still angry about not getting tickets to - very quietly made a pretty big policy change for the event...
http://gty.im/458844966The Rolling Stones are headed to the Coachella Valley - along with Dylan, McCartney, The Who, Rick Astley, Roger Waters, and Neil Young...okay one of those might be a lie, just seeing if you are paying attention - for...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pufdrEWjCos&feature=youtu.be"We wanted to go to the concert, to see the bands before they die."Ken Green was so upset about not getting tickets to 'Desert Trip' - a 3-day music fest that your dad and many, many ticket scalpers are...
Capitalism sure is great - especially when it comes to those once-in-a-lifetime concert tickets you spent all day trying to get, but instead stared at a very slowly walking man.The screenshot at the top of the article  shows...
Tickets went on sale Monday for 'Desert Trip', a 3 day Indio festival that you,  your dad, and way too many scalpers were excited about. Like buying tickets for everything nowadays, waiting in the "virtual line" - which was...