Lindsay Lohan and Emile Hirsch were among the celebs reported at an early Sunday morning after-party at Tradition Aviation in Thermal sponsored by 944 Magazine and Armani Exchange, among others.
Those also reported at Coachella were such regulars as Paris Hilton and Danny Devito, plus Oscar nominee Anne Hathaway, Adrian Grenier from “Entourage,” Aaron Paul from “Breaking Bad,” Kristin Cavallari of “The Hills” and the much buzzed-about new celebrity couple, Kate Bosworth and Alexander Skarsgard.
Musical stars seen enjoying but not performing at the festival included Beck, Pink, Katy Perry, John Mayer, Kelly Osbourne and Alex Turner of Arctic Monkeys, who were performing Sunday at Pappy & Harriet's saloon in Pioneertown.
Friday headliner Jay-Z and his wife, Beyonce, also walked among the crowds enjoying the festival Saturday. Jane's Addiction leader Perry Farrell, who is producing the Chicago Lollapalooza Festival with six headliners including Lady Gaga, stayed the weekend until the announcement that Sly was late to his gig. Then he sent word to say goodbye to his friend, Goldenvoice promoter Paul Tollett, who was said to be busy attending to a problem.
While record crowds attended, the number of incidents requiring police assistance were down from last year. As of 4 p.m. Sunday, 38 people had been arrested for alcohol and drug-related offenses since Friday, Indio Police spokesman Ben Guitron said. That compares to 69 arrests at the 2009 festival.
“Considering the massive amount of people out here, things have not been bad at all,” Guitron said.
Paramedics and emergency personnel treated about 45 people for dehydration and other heat and alcohol-related incidents throughout the three days, most on Friday and Saturday, Guitron said.