LCD Soundsystem, Guns N' Roses, and Calvin Harris will headline the 2016 Coachella Valley Music and Art Festival in California.
The festival will run for two weekends: April 15-17 and April 22-24 at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California.
Other artists scheduled include Ellie Goulding, Sia, Disclosure, Zedd, Underworld, The Kills, Chris Stapleton, plus many others.
LCD Soundsystem is scheduled to perform on Friday, April 15 and 22; Guns N' Roses on Saturday, April 16 & 23; and Calvin Harris on Sunday, April 17 and 24.
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Passes go on sale Wednesday, Jan. 6, at 11 a.m., according to the Coachella website. However, General Admission passes for the first weekend (April 15-17) appear to already be sold out.
General Admission passes for weekend two--April 22-24--are still available, according to the website. GA+Shuttle passes are still open for both weekends, as are VIP passes.
Tent Camping spots have sold out for both weekends, according to the website, but Tee Pee tent spots are still available, along with other travel packages. Check the Coachella website for an up-to-date listing.
Ticket package range from $399 for a general admission ticket to $5,200 Tent + VIP ticket, which includes a Safari-style tent and four VIP passes to the festival.
The launch of Coachella at the Empire Polo Club is tied to a 1993 Pearl Jam concert that was performed there as a result of the band having a dispute with Ticketmaster and not wanting to play in nearby Los Angeles. That show proved the club's ability to host large-scale events.
In 2015 Coachella sold 198,000 tickets and brought in $84 million. When the festival debuted in 1999, attendance was around 20,000. Beck, Tool and Rage Against the Machine were some of the headlining acts.