so i have to say i am so glad it wasnt just me getting crazy/old and the crowd
really WAS douchey! one thing that i loved about coachella is how friendly
the crowd was. people werent so pushy shovey. flash forward to 2010
la roux tent. such a bunch of fucktards. yes, im somewhat short. i realize
that. but tall guy in front of me, youre such a dick for turning around,
laughing, and saying, "wow, you're not gonna see a thing. you should just
leave". so much for enjoying the super cool laid back people on the polo field.
not only does it suck that coachella over sold this event, it oversold to
a bunch of fucking assholes.
i personally didnt enjoy camping. but i dont do drugs and so i didnt feel
it was really my scene. but im not complaining about that. what i will
complain about though is the fact that my boyfriend got to coachella THREE
hours before me. couldnt find anyone with any information whatsoever. he got
in to lot 7 just about an hour before i finally did. could they have been anymore
i was trying to sneak in some jagger and a friend was sneaking in a large
knife for food preparation. the car search was a fucking joke.
him: do you have any glass bottles
him: okay i need your tickets
...and im in. i actually was a little worried. i mean our group joked that
we could have snuck in a gallon of jager and machetes. but truthfully made
me a little uneasy. people could have brought anything in there.
i fainted at the entrance on friday morning and this is entirely my fault
as i was insanely hungover from celebrating my birthday the night before.
i was a little worried about the EMT reponse time. They took like 20 minutes
to get there. I was fine, but had it been something more serious i would have
been in trouble.
the music i saw was amazing, but coachella team really let me down this year.
i have never EVER wanted to leave coachella before in my life. i started
packing sunday night, just so i could leave as soon as possible on monday
morning. that hurts my soul just to type. i know coachella cant control the
kind of people who purchase tickets, but they can control the number of tickets
sold to prevent overcrowding, organization and information given to festival
workers, quality of search, and have more EMTs on sight.