Coachella No. 14 differed from prior musical adventures in that it was actually more of a "Coldchella" scenario. On Friday the 13th, during the first weekend of the Coachella Valley Music Festival in Indio, multitudes of bikini-clad gorgeous young women were downgraded into huddled masses or fleeing streaks as people tried to escape inclement weather. They're doing it all again this weekend, with the same lineup of bands but hopefully less chill.
Good thing there was all that music, presented with German-army
precision at two outdoor stages and three indoor ones under open-sided
tents, each named for a place best to avoid: Gobi, Sahara and Mojave.
Giant video screens from the Coachella Stage (the main stage) were large
enough to be seen from the space shuttle. Read more »