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Ready for the desert? After being sidelined due to pandemic and rebounding last year, the 2023 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival is almost here.
Frank Ocean, Bad Bunny and BLACKPINK are headlining this year’s festival, which returns to Indio, Calif., on April 14-16 and April 21-23.
Additional performers include Rosalía, Gorillaz, Burna Boy, Blondie, Becky G, Pusha T, Metro Boomin, Charlie XCX, Kid Laroi, Flo Mili, Bjork, A Boogie, Uncle Waffles, Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, Elderbrook, Kenny Beats, Yves Tumor, The Chemical Brothers, Kaytranada and SG Lewis.
According to Coachella.com, 2022 ticket holders and/or registered attendees received early access to buy tickets when they first went on sale in January. Though most tickets are sold out, there are still passes left for both weekends of Coachella.
General Admission passes start at $549 up to $1,069 for VIP passes. Unfortunately, most of the passes already sold out at Coachella.com. The same goes for car camping tickets, which are priced at $149 for general admission, $375 for “preferred” car camping and $149 for tent camping.
Only a limited amount of passes are still available for the first weekend, so you’ll probably have a better chance at scoring passes for weekend two.
Weekend two of Coachella takes place from April 21-23. General Admission, three-day passes for both weekends are available at Ticketmaster and Vivid Seats for around $482 and up for week one. VIP tickets start at around $1,300.
Over at Stub Hub, general admission Coachella tickets are around the same price as the other ticket sites but start at $360 for week two general admission and approximately $800 and up for VIP. Camping passes are currently priced at $99 and up at Stub Hut. At Seat Geek, general admission tickets start at $506 for week one and $450 for week two.
Booking a place to stay might be a little trickier, which is why starting early is always a safe bet. Not to worry if you’re booking last minute though. You can search for hotels and other lodging options on Airbnb, Vrbo, Expedia, Trip Advisor, Booking.com and Travelocity.
After you get your tickets secured, check out our list of Coachella essentials to take on the road.