It’s now official that Coachella’s 2024 roster has been revealed, thus tickets for the renowned festival should be purchased.
This year’s lineup for the three-day music festival, which will return to the Empire Polo Grounds in Indio, California on the weekends of April 12–14 and April 19–21, includes Lana del Rey, Doja Cat, Tyler, the Creator, and No Doubt. Early access to passes is available to those who bought festival tickets for 2023–2022, with the loyalty presale beginning on January 18 at 2:00 p.m. PT. starting at 11 a.m. PT on January 19, is the general presale.
Peso Pluma, Blur, J Balvin, Ice Spice, Sublime, Lil Uzi Vert, Grimes, Victoria Monet, Jon Batiste, Bleachers, Justice, Deftones, and Lil Yachty are also scheduled to perform; huge looks are planned for up-and-coming musicians like Bizarrap, Khruangbin, and others.
Tickets will also be offered on resale websites like VividSeats, Ticketmaster, and Seatgeek if the general presale sells out. Indeed, it seemed that tickets from the previous year were selling for a lot less money on resale sites than they were on Coachella’s website.
Weekend events like Coachella don’t usually follow the same pattern, despite the fact that resale sites almost always offer tickets at inflated rates. This is probably because festival-goers prefer to get their tickets weeks or months in advance. However, those who live nearby or are spontaneous can purchase tickets as little as one week prior to the festival and save a significant amount of money.
You have the option to watch performances online if you are unable to visit the festival in person. This year, YouTube will once again be the exclusive livestream partner for both Coachella weekends on the official YouTube channel of the event.