Name them so others don't do them.
-Start National Anthem chants
-Smell like B.O.
-Keep a car running all night
Walking through my campsite drunk off your ass, tripping over my stuff and spilling beer everywhere without saying "sorry."
-Rolling balls and touching too much
How do people not get their asses kicked.
Any drunk stumbles into my campsite they will leave on their ass.
Even though I look it, I'm not a cop.
Coachella 10, 12.1, 13.1, 14.2
Forming a shirtless man-chain with all the other Phi Delts, and trying to push your way through a packed main stage crowd halfway through a set.
Coachella '10, '11, '12 (w2), '13 (w1), and hopefully every one after
"I was born with music inside me. Music was one of my parts. Like my ribs, my kidneys, my liver, my heart. Like my blood. It was a force already within me when I arrived on the scene. It was a necessity for me-like food or water."
Last time I was at Coachella, I was "lucky" enough to camp next door to a Bush loving Marine who went on and on and on all night about how proud he was to be an American. And when he got tired of that, around, oh, 4AM, he proceeded to have sloppy sex with his slag of a girlfriend. Thankfully, that did not last long.
I also had a drunk guy fall into our tent, but he apologized and passed a jazz cigarette my way, so it was cool. The beef was saved for lo mein.
I kind of enjoy the smell of cloves as well.
My pet peeve is tall people who come to a stage mid-set and decide to stand right in front of me.
Pro tip: Just ask the tall dude(s) in front of you if they can move forward, and you'll most likely get through
- Chanting "woot woot" when they find a beat appropiate to do so during a song(I wanted to go postal on everyone at Beyond Wonderland for doing this).
Other than the obvious shoving up to front during mid-set or not apologizing for abrupt actions or blowing smoke blatantly in my face that is all I got.
The drunk person that yells "Festiiiiivvvvvaaaallll" over and over early in the morning at camp.
just a lack of common courtesy for me, a simple excuse me goes miles for me.
"The Coachella Valley wasn't always like this, there's been a great many changes made since I came here some 67 years ago"
There is absolutely no need to bump, push or shove.
I hate people who stand literally 2 inches in front me and post up like They didnt just completely invade my personal space barrier
Also fat sweaty people who sway into people
Clusters of young girls who do nothing but yap And talk about some other band while occupying valuable dancing space