Regular priced ticket for a 3yr old??
Regular priced ticket for a 3yr old??
Ask the folks in the Sahara
Triple price for children under 18.
or "The festival itself is all ages; children age 5 & under are free."
search for 'kids at coachella' and you'll see a few threads answering every ? you may have.
I took my son at age 3, but know a few things
ear plugs are a must (get high end over the ear plugs)
don't plan on your kid being there all day - a few hours then take back home - if that's not possible don't bring em
there is a ton of walking - bring a stroller...yes I know your kid can walk and he can walk a lot now, but no where near the amount the festival will require. Again this is from 2 years of experience doing this.
don't try or expect to get close to any of the stages
I have seen parents with their kids 'taken away' by security whom are 'messed up' - so don't plan on using before or during your time (should not have to say)
my son had a ton of fun with the music and the arts...esp loved the robot, but know you must have a stroller!
read the other threads from past years to get a much better idea of what to do and not to do to maximize your experience.
I'm taking my son this year.
He's gonna be with us Saturday AND Sunday night.
But i only have one question.
I've seen people with kids that have headphone sized earplugs what are those called & where can i find them?
Btw I haven't searched for them, so don't flame me
You can hide your drugs in their diapers.
Google hearing protection ear mufs
Thanks allot .
I've taken my son at 1yr and now this year at 2 as well...this stroller worked wonders! a little pricey but so worth it
is there some sort of parent chella thread i dont know about yet?
Just spray LSD in your children's eyes at home, and save us the trouble of hearing your kid's bad trip for three and a half miserable days on the fields. Please. Have children responsibly. If you don't buy it a ticket, it's not a guest.
Bump! My 4 yr. Old will be joining us Saturday night and Sunday night.
First year for the lil guy
^ Great to know your lil one will be there!...cant wait to see our lil monster dance around
Kids are great at Coachella! My 7 year old grandson loves EDM and all music and I'd bring him if I could.
Where is everyone staying?
This is my fifth coachella, but first for our son and he will turn five the following weekend.!
Trying to test it out for next year only doing two nights with our kiddo..
Any other tips to share?
I want hear them
How old are your lil ones?
Everyone still use strollers
Please dispose of the diapers properly. Do not change diapers in the tents, well maybe the Sahara would be OK.
staying at indian palms ...walking distance a must!
plus dont forget to rent your lockers!!!
We are staying 15 minutes away at a house this year. Bringing grandma so we can take him for a short amount of time each day. Try to avoid being out at hottest period of the day. Be ready to leave when you might not want to yet. Heat stroke and heat exhaustion happen in kids MUCH QUICKER than for adults. Get him to shade often. We took our son at 3 and we only saw a couple of hours each day. We also had a few friends who helped watch him as well when we wanted to watch a headline show and they didn't. We also used a stroller to get around. Not bringing one this year because he'll only be seeing one or two acts a day and then we'll either drive him back or have grandma pick him up at drop off spot.
Kids should only be there for a few hours during the day.
Parents with young kids shouldn't keep them up till midnight so you can see the show.
Note parents if u are on drugs or drunk security will escourt u to the police where you may face child endangerment charges.
Having them call a family member to get ur kid while u get hauled away isn't my idea of fun...
Be smart - I took my son for a few hours in the day do the same...then take them home. Coachella isn't Disneyland...well it is for adults.
True story: My girlfriend aborted our child last year when she found out that she was due around the same time Coachella 2013 was going to happen.