Coachella 2011

January 19, 2011 by Post Team 

Coachella 2011, “Programming Coachella”2011 is here, putting to rest all the rumors and specluation. The three-day festival at the beginning of the summer tourist season with its annual installment of 12, 15 to 17 April.

Headliners this year is hardly surprising for those who have closely followed the unfolding events, with the Arcade Fire is the main entry should throughout. Kanye West and Kings of Leon three headliners of the event, and over 100 other acts of music and comedy joined them. Other notable names include The Strokes, Lauryn Hill, Animal Collective, The Black Keys, The Chemical Brothers, Wiz Khalifa, Nas & Damian Marley, national, and Death From Above 1979 reunion.

Among the big names missing from the event is Daft Punk, who was the source of much fan speculation. So it was hardly a surprise, the French electro duo could easily have been the main attraction of the desert on the heels of the soundtrack to their recent ‘Tron Legacy’. According to the rumor, but not in the scene are the neither Beastie Boys, nor Coachella lineup this year offer a remarkable “old” act.

Coachella tickets go on sale Friday, January 21 at 1:00 p.m. EST. from three days to the festival costs $ 269, plus costs, and camping passes and 75. A plan layaway payment is also available. You can buy tickets and view the complete Coachella lineup on their website.

Most of the country is still under a blanket of snow, but music fans are already dreaming of a glorious weekend in the desert with some of the biggest bands in the world. After weeks of speculation (and a handful of false and erroneous), the official schedule of the 2011 edition of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival was released, directed by star Kanye West, Kings of Leon and Arcade Fire. Everything goes down April 15, 16 and 17.


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