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Coachella 2024: Here’s How Music Fans Can Score Affordable Tickets Online

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Missing the desert? The 2024 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival lands in Indio, Calif., on Friday (April 12).

The annual festival will take place over two weekends, beginning April 12-14 and commencing April 19-21.

Although Goldenvoice, the company behind Coachella, has yet to officially announce the 2024 lineup, fans are already buzzing about who could possibly take the stage. Doja Cat and Tyler, the Creator are rumored to headline this year’s festival, Hits Daily Double reported on Friday (Jan. 5), with Lana Del Rey’s name also floating around.

Bad Bunny, BLACKPINK, Blink-182 and Frank Ocean were among the headliners last year.

The 2023 festival also featured performances from Rosalía, Gorillaz, Burna Boy, Blondie, Becky G, Pusha T, Metro Boomin, Charli XCX, Kid Laroi, Flo Mili, Bjork, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Kaytranada and SG Lewis.

2024 festival passes will be available at Coachella.com. Click here to joint the waitlist for tickets for either weekend. Passes are divided into three tiers and priced at $499-$549 for general admission and $1,609 for VIP. Camping passes start at $149.

For those who don’t feel like waiting, a limited number of passes are available on Vivid Seats and a few other ticket sites. Tickets for weekend 2 are selling fast at Vivid Seats and priced from $575 for general admission and $1,271 for VIP.

If you act fast, you’ll probably have a better chance of scoring cheap tickets for either weekend. Tickets for the first weekend start at $628 for GA and $1,343 for VIP.

Looking for a discount? Enter code: BB2024 to save $20 off purchases of $200 or more at Vivid Seats.

Over at StubHub, general admission tickets start at $624-$662 for both weekends. Camping passes are currently priced at $268+ at StubHub and $323+ at Ticketmaster. At Seat Geek, general admission tickets start at $646 for weekend 2 and $685 for weekend 1.

Finding a place to stay can be tricky for Coachella, but you’ll have a better chance of finding affordable options if you book early. Not to worry if you’re booking last-minute though. You can search for hotels and other lodging options on sites like Airbnb, Vrbo, Expedia, Trip Advisor, Booking.com and Travelocity.

After you get your tickets secured, check out our list of festival essentials to take on the road.

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