As Coachella’s creative partner, we’ll be collaborating with this seminal festival to re-imagine the festival experience for the next generation. We’re teaming up with select headlining acts from this year’s festival lineup (see the recently released list of performers here) to create new works of art, curating a series of major art installations on the festival grounds, and bringing several of our favorite international musical acts to perform on the Coachella stage for the first time, including: Emicida, EE, and New Pants.
By incorporating cutting edge technology and stunning visual art into the Coachella experience, we hope to add a new layer of creative interpretation to musical expression, as well as bring fans even closer to the music. How will we do that, you ask? Well, we can’t reveal everything just yet, but stay tuned for a HUGE announcement on February 16th where we will unveil details on the artworks and collaborations.
In the meantime, visit the Coachella website for more info and mark April 15-17 on your calendars because this is going to be epicly legendary!
It's funny how everything was roses when we held on to the guns.
well their visual and light setup for their current tour is quite huge, there is nothing like seeing the lights turn into a horse during horse power, the 3d effect is amazing. I think the Chems on mainstage would be an amazing way to kick off the weekend and keep the party going for the dance heads like myself. KOL fans will all be tired and need to drink more beer back at the tents.
If they are doing sets till 1am again this year, chems for mainstage DEFINITELY. Those who don't like the chems, will get to see a real LIVE set as opposed to a DJ set as they walk by (which usually doesnt compare at all to a live). The bass thumping the ground would be amazing. Whoever closes main stage should leave the crowd thirsting with more energy.
Boys Noize-->Sasha-->Chemical Brothers to close out the Sahara on Friday.
If we're lucky something will happen. Some adversity will happen and something unexpected will happen and you'll get tired and you'll get hungry, you'll have trouble going to the bathroom, and you'll lose your car keys, and all these wonderful things will add up to some powerful experience that 10 years from now we'll say "We lived, we lived." - Wayne Coyne on Coachella