Coachella 2013 just wrapped up last month and already the organizers of the event, Goldenvoice, have released next year’s dates. Just like this year those are spread over two back-to-back weekends, and there’s a payment plan for those that are also already wondering how they’re going to pay for their way into the festival.
The weekends for Coachella 2014 are April 11-13, and April 18-20, and tickets went on sale May 24. One of the biggest benefits of the festival being announced so early (in addition to just being able to book the weekend off,) is that concert-goers can take advantage of the payment plan offered by Goldenvoice. Ticket buyers who make a 20 per cent down payment can stretch the remainder of the payment over six months — so no one has to miss the chance to go to Coachella.
Along with the early date announcement, there’s also already a fake lineup that’s been announced — and a fraudulent poster to go along with it. This advertisement includes big names such as Depeche Mode, Nine Inch Nails, and U2, to name just the biggest names. But beware. Even though next year’s Coachella is bound to have a massive lineup with only the hugest names in music, no one has yet to be announced; so take the fake poster for what it is — over exuberant fans. Coachella will most likely announce the lineup at the same time they always do, which is about three months before the festival starts.