Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock for the last 3 months, then you know that today kicks off the weekend one of Coachella Music Festival.
The party in the desert of Indio, California, will bring together great music, epic parties and amazingly eclectic people. If that’s not enough to get you excited, then check out our 4 reasons that this weekend will kick ass.
1. Festival Fashion
So, yeah there’s music, but there’s also crazy cool fashion. Coachella is a fashionista’s dream come true. With attendees from all over the world and everyone channeling their inner hippie, Coachella will be the most trendiest place on the planet this weekend.
2. Sunshine and Warm Weather
After one of the worst winters in history, dancing in the sunset to your favorite music artist is what everyone’s soul needs to regroup. Enjoying the California breeze andthe warm sunrays is the best way to kick off the season.
3. Parties, Parties, and mo’ Parties
Well duh! Get your party on. There will be so many, you won’t even know where to start. Most people probably don’t even have tickets to the actual festival. That’s ok! Drink poolside at your hotel or better yet drink poolside at someone’s Palm Spring’s bungalow. The parties will be going on from dawn to dusk with world renowned D.J.’s, supermodels, celebs, and jetsetters.
4. The Music
Coachella isn’t Coachella without kick ass music from your favorite artist. This weekend will include an Outkast reunion and a performance from Lorde, just to name a few. A bunch of great musicians during one weekend at the same place might be too much kick-assness for one person to handle.
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