By Alejandro Cardenas |Staff Writer|
With big events coming in the near future, it’s time for Coyotes to get into the music mood.
Coachella, Stagecoach, Beyond Wonderland, Crush, and Epicenter are happening at local Southern California venues.
Music festivals like these are the perfect place for students to unwind from the building stress of schoolwork and essays.
“I go to festivals for the experience and the positive vibes,” said Ayde Rico.There’s nothing quite like meeting up with your friends, dressing up in your favorite festival gear and dancing the night away to the music of your favorite artists alongside thousands of other fans who are there for the love of music.”
The Empire Polo Club in Indio will host the famous Coachella Music Festival, presented by Goldenvoice, which will once again expect almost 100,000 attendees, as stated by the Los Angeles Times.
The festival will be held over the span of two weekends, starting on April 10 and features artists from numerous genres that could make it the most unforgettable American music festival of the year.
Headliners for this desert festival include rock icons AC/DC, superstar Jack White, and rapper Drake.
April will be a busy month for the city of Indio.
The festival will take place from April 24 to 26, and will feature superstars Tim McGraw, Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton, as well as the legendary ZZ Top.
The famous promotion group Insomniac will also be busy this year, bringing two different music festivals to San Bernardino in just two months.
Downtown San Bernardino’s National Orange Show Events Center will host Crush, an electronic music event set on Valentine’s Day, with a theme to match.
The Crush event could serve as the perfect setting for a Valentine’s date, as discounted tickets are being offered for couples looking for some excitement.
On March 20 and the 21, the San Manuel Amphiteater will host the 5th Annual Beyond Wonderland, a two-day electronic music festival centered around the characters and environment of Lewis Carroll’s “Alice in Wonderland.”
The lineup for Beyond has yet to be announced, but Insomniac has confirmed that this year’s event will once again include overnight camping and numerous activities to keep fans entertained until the sun rises.
March 14 will be an exciting day for rock and hip-hop fans attending the Epicenter Festival at the historic Forum of Inglewood.
Rock bands Korn and Limp Bizkit will be performing at the Epicenter Festival, alongside hip-hop group House of Pain, rapper Hopsin and many others.
The music festival season approachesquickly, get your tickets early.
Ensure your spot and see some great performances.
For those who have never been to a music festival, 2015 could be the perfect year for a new experience.