Coachella: Is it really worth it?

Written By: Alyssa Manterola

Staff Reporter

Coachella 2019: will it be living up to its long lasting hype this year? Coachella will begin on Friday April 12th, and it will end on Sunday April 21st. Rumor is the Travis Scott turned down playing at coachella this year which makes you wonder if it will even be that good.

The first weekend is on April 12-14 the line up consist of Juice World, Kacey Musgraves, Nina Cravis, and Childish Gambino as well as 53 other performers.

The lineup Coachella has for the final weekend, is Anna Lunoe, Bazzi, and H.E.R, and many more incredible performers.

There are three passes available for purchase prior to the start of Coachella. The pass price ranges from $429-$999. The first pass available is the General Admission pass which is being sold for $429. The second pass available is General Admission & Shuttle which comes with an any line shuttle pass which is $509. The final pass for Coachella 2019 is the VIP pass. It is sold for $999, the perks included are access to the VIP section and free 3 day parking.

Since most of the people are attending Coachella from out of state they have camping options that you can buy range from $125-$9,500. The least expensive living arrangement is car camping which is $125 it is the most popular choice to enjoy Coachella all weekend. The most expensive staying arrangement is $9,500 which is Safari Camping. You get golf cart transportation to the event and free parking all weekend.

With Coachella fast approaching people are dying to buy their tickets in advance. Many online websites have began to sell tickets. Websites such as and But your tickets in advance before they are all sold out.