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Coachella 2011!

09:01 AM Wednesday 1/19/11 | |

No more waiting, guessing or rumors as the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival unleashes its artist lineup for No. 12.

  • A Fan & Her Flower

    A festivalgoer makes her way through the crowd during the final day of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.
    April 18, 2010

    (AP Photo)


Happening April 15-17 at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, Calif., headliners include Arcade Fire, Kanye West and Kings of Leon plus an almost endless list of artists and bands including a re-formed Big Audio Dynamite.

With Kings Of Leon topping the Friday, April 15 bill, other first-day acts include The Black Keys, Interpol, The Chemical Brothers, Caifanes, Robyn, Sasha, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Brandon Flowers, Crystal Castles and Magnetic Man.

  • Kings Of Leon

    NBC's "Today" show, New York City
    November 24, 2010

    (AP Photo)


Along with Arcade Fire’s Saturday, April 16 performance the second-day list includes Animal Collective, Mumford & Sons, Bright Eyes, Empire Of The Sun, Big Audio Dynamite, Steve Angello, the Kills, London Suede, Broken Social Scene, One Day As A Lion, Erykah Badu and Paul van Dyk.

Sunday’s lineup has Kanye West closing after a day of performances by The Strokes, Duran Duran, The National, P.J. Harvey, Death From Above 1979, Wiz Khalifa, Ratatat, Nas & Damian Marley, Jimmy Eat World, Axwell, Sven Vath and The Bloody Beetroots.

  • Arcade Fire

    The Roy Wilkins Auditorium, Saint Paul, Minn.
    September 22, 2010

    (Joe Lemke)


But the above mentioned acts are only the short list as the lineup goes deeper each day, listing performances by such notables as Flogging Molly and Ozomatli (Friday), Scissor Sisters, The New Pornographers and Gogol Bordello (Saturday) and Chromeo, Duck Sauce, She Wants Revenge, and Jack’s Mannequin (Sunday).  Plus a zillion more.

This year Coachella has named The Creators Project as its creative partner with the plan calling for collaborations with select headlining acts and curate a series of art installations on the ground.

  • Kanye West

    F1 race meeting, Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
    November 12, 2010

    (AP Photo)


Three-day weekend passes priced at $269 (plus surcharges) as well as $75 camping passes go on sale Friday, Jan. 21 at 10 a.m. For more info, including layaway and camping options, click here for the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival website.


  1. DeltaSigChi4 wrote:

    07:54 AM, Jan 20, 2011


    It does indeed cost money to arrive to Indio, CA (if you do not reside there or have evolved feathers). And individuals who reside in Los Angeles or Orange County do indeed attend, but it is definitely not an exclusively LA festival, If you have ever gone (have you?), you would know that the majority (at least 50%) of the attendees are NOT from Los Angeles or OC; if you had attended, you would know that 700$ is a gross over*estimation unless you are chartering a limousine to and fro, or purchasing a frozen lemonade once every fifteen minutes, et cetera. With that being said, you have no idea how many shows I go to a year (a lot), or how many groups on the first three tiers of the line-up I have seen already (nearly all of them), or anything about me so easy on the conclusions. And explain to me when Coachella WAS NOT "mainstream"? Did not realise that some people mistaken Coachella with Pitchfork, or some Jewish Film Fesitval. Goldenvoice's primary goal is to make profit(s). Do not like it? Do not attend.


    On a regularly scheduled basis you have made a complete ass of yourself here on these very comment spaces, but now you have taken the proverbial cake. Supafly puts on a completely different festival than Goldenvoice as it has a completely distinct mandate (jam-bands) and focus (staying filthy). You continually display how much of an idiot you are whenever you post here. Post some e.g. or find another forum to troll.


  2. ahhhhhh wrote:

    07:08 PM, Jan 19, 2011

    Theres some good acts but this isnt really up to Coachellas standards.

    Which are generally pretty high.

    I was going to say "I wonder what Bonnaroos leftovers will taste like heated up"

    But I didnt.

  3. tigerm wrote:

    02:45 PM, Jan 19, 2011

    It is a comments section, great you like the line up. Yes Coachella is in Indio, CA but where do most people who attend Coachella come from? LA by any chance.

    But travelling from LA to Indio costs money, plus camping/hotels so the real cost is more like $6-700 or more. So it isn't really $270.

    There are plenty of bands there, but do I want to pay $270 to see 30 minute sets by Death From Above, Duck Sauce etc? Answer no. If it rings your bell DeltaSig great for you, but for me it is a little mainstream and boring.

  4. DeltaSigChi4 wrote:

    12:58 PM, Jan 19, 2011

    Coachella does not take place in "LA" and I am certain seeing "half the bands" in this year's iteration costs 269$ (minus surcharges) or less, right? Do not be an imbecile; just stay home if you have seen half the band (which I doubt) and do not wish to see them again.


  5. tigerm wrote:

    11:04 AM, Jan 19, 2011

    a little boring! half the bands have already played LA within the last year.