One of the biggest music festivals in the world, Coachella Valley Music and Arts in California, has set the date to next year's event.
Coachella 2019 Advance Sale Tickets
On Wednesday, May 30, organizers have announced that 2019 Coachella will kick off its two-weekend festivities of music, arts, and fashion on April 12. The announcement comes a month after the music festival featured much talked about performances from headliners The Weeknd, Eminem, and Beyoncé.
While headliners and performers for next year have not been announced, the music festival is set to open sales of tickets on Friday, June 1, at 11 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time. Whether early birds who plan to purchase tickets will get special privileges has not been announced, but those who are determined to get in next year should grab tickets as early as now.
Coachella, being one of the more famous music festivals in the world, sells out tickets fast. In January this year, when the event opened general sales of passes, they sold out in merely three hours in both first and second weekend.
Tickets are also expected to fly off the shelves on Friday.
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Coachella 2019 Payment Plan
However, to fans who are strapped for cash, organizers are also offering a payment plan for Coachella 2019. According to the music festival's website, payment will be split into seven months installment plan, with the first payment due as soon as the customer places an order. Just make sure to check the "Payment Plan" box during checkout to avail of this special promo.
Defaulting payments will result in cancellation of ticket order.
The Payment Plan will only be available to fans who will purchase festival passes on Friday. A General Admission ticket costs $429, but the plan is also open to all purchases (except safari tents).
Coachella 2018 Recap
Coachella 2018 was even bigger and brighter this year with Beyoncé headlining the event for the first time. Mrs. Carter was the first black woman to lead the event in its nearly two decades of existence.
Music fans also got to rub elbows with celebrities who were not performing, but also attended the festival to party. This year, Variety spotted Justin Bieber, Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, Shania Twain, Lil Wayne, Snoop Dogg, models Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner, actors Kate Bosworth, Shay Mitchell, Laverne Cox, Victoria Justice, Natalia Dyer, Timothée Chalamet, and Leonardo DiCaprio.