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The rumors were so consistent that the information was pretty much official awhile back, but the truly official announcement came today.
The team behind Coachella will be holding a star-studded concert at the Empire Polo Grounds in Indio, CA from October 7th to October 9th called Desert Trip. The lineup will be as follows:
Friday Night – The Rolling Stones + Bobby Dylan Saturday Night – Paul McCartney + Neil Young Sunday Night – Roger Waters + The Who
According to the events official Twitter account, this will only happen “once”.
Just this once. https://t.co/GtJR66wipf pic.twitter.com/hOmpCUBKoo— Desert Trip (@DesertTripIndio) May 3, 2016
Just this once. https://t.co/GtJR66wipf pic.twitter.com/hOmpCUBKoo
— Desert Trip (@DesertTripIndio) May 3, 2016
The concept of the concert layout would look like this:
Conceptual rendering https://t.co/GtJR66wipf pic.twitter.com/dwwUBXGEoM— Desert Trip (@DesertTripIndio) May 3, 2016
Conceptual rendering https://t.co/GtJR66wipf pic.twitter.com/dwwUBXGEoM
The official Desert Trip website has all the information you will need, including pass/ticket info:
Single-day passes – $199 Three-day general admission – $399 Reserved floor – $699, $999, $1,599 Reserved grandstand – $999, $1599 Standing pit – $1,599
It looks like this will be a phenomenal 3-day music event, but could it also mean additional West-Coast touring dates for some of the bands involved?