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Headlining are Roy Choi, Eggslut, 800 Degrees, and Spicy Pie, along with dozens of other food selections

Coachella may be known for its stellar music lineup… but the food experience is just as exciting.

Coachella, the largest desert music and arts festival of our time, just announced its festival lineup. No, we aren’t talking about the musical acts, though seeing AC/DC, Jack White, and Drake perform all in one venue will be pretty exciting. Headlining the chefs and restaurants lineup for the two-weekend Coachella experience from April 10 to 17 are Roy Choi, Eggslut, 800 Degrees, and Spicy Pie.

The dozens of food offerings, from well-known restaurants across California and beyond, are divided into four categories arranged by price and difficulty of obtaining a ticket: VIP, Outstanding in the Field, Beer Barn, and everything else. Only VIP ticket holders will have access to the upper tier, with highlights like Pot (Roy Choi), Terrine (Kris Morningstar), Mexicali Taco & Co., and The Church Key.

Everyone will have the ability to snag $225 tickets to the Outstanding in the Field roving dinner series, which will feature four-course meals created by Michelin-starred and James Beard award-winning chefs from the likes of Eggslut, KazuNori, Ramen Champ, and more. All hungry non-VIP guests will have to stick to walking around and buying food from vendors like 800 Degrees, Beer Belly, The Grilled Cheese Truck, and Spicy Pie.

Get hungry and check out the complete food lineup here.

Coachella Releases Full Star-Studded Lineup, Set Times

Off to the Valley! With just days until the kickoff of the 2015 Coachella Music and Arts Festival, the full lineup with set times for the highly anticipated event has been announced.

Music and boho-style lovers will travel from all over the world this weekend and next to catch big acts in Indio, Calif. The festival is kicking off on Friday, April 10 at 11:15 a.m., with performances by Alchemy and Moustache.

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On Friday evening, revelers will choose between rock band Interpol, indie pop singer Lykke Li, and the celebrated folk-rock group Alabama Shakes, before taking in Steely Dan at 8:15 p.m., AC/DC at 10:35 p.m., and Alesso at 11:35 p.m.

The following day begins promptly at 11 am and includes appearances by Hozier, Belle and Sebastian, the Weeknd, and Axwell Ingrosso. Festival-goers will be given a tough choice in the 9 p.m. hour, when they must pick between Jack White, Tyler the Creator, and the newly engaged FKA twigs.

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Weekend one wraps on Sunday, April 12, with a 11:20 a.m. start to the day, which includes shows from Vance Joy, Marina and the Diamonds, Jenny Lewis, and St. Vincent. Fans will chose between seeing Florence + the Machine, Fitz & the Tantrums, and Odesza in the early evening, before Drake takes the stage at 10:15 p.m.

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Coachella 2015: Set times released for first weekend

Start planning now on which acts you’re going to catch and which ones you’ll just have to skip because Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival set times are out for your festival planning needs — and there are undoubtedly conflicts for some music fans.

Starting Friday, festivalgoers will have to choose between Lykke Li (7:20-8:10 p.m. at Mojave) and Alabama Shakes (7-7:50 p.m. in the Outdoor Theatre) alt-J (7:30-8:30 p.m. on the Coachella Stage) and Father John Misty (8-8:50 p.m. in the Outdoor Theatre) on Saturday and Vance Joy (5:30-6:15 p.m. at Mojave) or Jenny Lewis (5:35-6:25 p.m. in the Outdoor Theatre) on the final night of the first weekend.

But, for the most part, it seems Coachella organizers have worked to provide fewer conflicts as the festival nights amp up for its headliners.

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The year’s most hotly anticipated music festival will once again make noise at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California over two weekends: April 10-12 and April 17-19.

The official schedule, complete with timing and more information, is yet to be released, but we’ve got the full lineup for you right now when you keep scrolling.

Coachella tickets will go on sale at noon PST tomorrow, January 7, so get your credit card ready and bring on that California desert sunshine.

What Coachella and 6 other music festival lineups would look like without men (PHOTOS)

We all know by now that music festivals have been a very male-centric affair. While we’ve seen a very slight increase in female artists on music festival lineups, the sad reality is there aren’t enough.

A few months ago, music blog Crack in the Road tweeted out an image of an edited Reading & Leeds music festival poster stripped of the male acts and included only bands that had at least one female musician:

How it would look if the Reading / Leeds line-up only included the acts that have a female musician in the band.

&mdash Crack In The Road (@crackintheroad) February 24, 2015

So, we had to know: What do other larger music festival lineups look like?

We took a look at Summerfest, Firefly, Governors Ball, Bonnaroo, CMA Music Festival, Lollapalooza and Coachella &mdash and were sincerely blown away with how jarring these images are.

*Click on the images to open up a larger version.

Governors Ball: 30 percent female

We found that Governors Ball, a music festival in NYC, had the most female inclusion &mdash at 30 percent. The lineup includes a total of 66 artists, 20 of them female.

Lollapalooza: 25 percent female

Lollapalooza &mdash one of the most popular music festivals in the United States, located in Chicago &mdash has a total of 135 artists on the lineup, 34 of them including at least one female member. That makes this lineup 75 percent male.

Firefly: 24 percent female

Ranking right below Lollapalooza is Firefly Music Festival, located in Delaware. The festival has a total of 119 acts listed, 29 of them female.

Bonnaroo: 23 percent female

Held in Manchester, Tennessee, Bonnaroo has more than 75 percent of its lineup comprised of bands entirely of men. It has a total of 100 acts listed, 23 of them female.

Summerfest: 21 percent female

Considered the “world’s largest music festival,” Summerfest, located in Wisconsin, has a total of 111 artists, 23 of them having at least one female member.

CMA Music Festival: 19 percent female

Although the CMA Music Festival &mdash located in Nashville, Tennessee &mdash has just 21 country awards acts on its lineup, only four are female.

Coachella: 13.5 percent female

This is the biggest offender. Coachella has a total of 162 bands spread out through its three-day event however, only 22 are female.

Are festival organizers aware that this is happening? Of course. Do they care? Probably not. This is nothing new, but with reports showing that festivalgoers skew slightly more female &mdash for instance, the UK Festival Census 2013 states 42 percent were male and 58 percent were female &mdash why hasn’t this changed? There surely isn’t a lack of female artists out there.

In fact, SheKnows Expert and female electropop musician Lori Steele was shocked when she saw the lineups. “To have that large of a discrepancy feels insane!

“As a musician, I feel slightly unnerved with the lack of female-led artists in the lineup,” she adds. “There are so many talented female-fronted bands and DJs that aren’t being represented, and I feel that in order to change this we &mdash as music purchasers, downloaders and streamers &mdash need to support these acts through streaming, downloading and attending shows that they play. Like any other business, a music festival’s goal is to be profitable. Sure, each has its own spin, whether it’s sourcing new music, environmental awareness, etc., but if they don’t make money they can’t pay the staff, artists, venue, etc.”

But this isn’t the first time this has been addressed. An article from Salon published in 2013 dives into the sexism in the music industry. The article asks: Why have festivals become a boys club? According to rock critic Evelyn McDonnell:

“I certainly don’t think it’s because booking companies are saying, ‘Oh, we’re going to put women at the bottom of the lineup.’ The men of power who are in this industry have this internalized, institutionalized sexism. They see men as having economic power and therefore get billed.”

Can we change this? Steele thinks so, stressing the importance of support for female artists.

“One can shout as loud as possible and stomp feet demanding more female artists,” Steele adds, “but it won’t change the fact that it’s a business. So we should treat it as such and do our part in supporting the underserved female acts we love.”

Your Ultimate Guide To Summer's Hottest Musical Festivals

Who It's For: For those who want to see and be seen, Coachella is the music festival of the West Coast (if not the most popular everywhere), not to mention a fave of celebs. So if you want to join the trendy crowd and rock your cutest boho looks with the likes of Vanessa Hudgens, Katy Perry, and Emma Roberts, this Cali fest is calling your name!

How To Get In On The Action: If you can't make it out to the Cali desert, you can still jam from the comfort of your couch with Coachella's live-stream. Each year, they stream one full weekend on their YouTube channel!

When: April 25-27

Where: Kingston Downs, GA

Headliners: OutKast, Pretty Lights, Foster the People, J. Cole, Krewella

Must-Watch Sets: Matt & Kim, A-Trak, Wolfgang Gartner, Sleigh Bells

Who It's For: EDM lovers who want a bit more diversity in the lineup will love this eclectic mix of music. Unlike your typical electro fests like Ultra, Counterpoint features a little bit of everything&mdashfrom rap to indie to electronic&mdashfor the ultimate dance party.

How To Get In On The Action: No matter where you are, you can tune into the official Counterpoint Festival radio station, featuring every artist performing at this year's event!

When: May 2-4

Where: Tampa, FL

Headliners: OutKast, Vampire Weekend, Foster the People

Must-Watch Sets: Girl Talk, Grouplove, Haim, Tegan and Sara, Jake Miller, NONONO

Who It's For: If your idea of a perfect weekend = carnival rides + epic bands, start saving for tix to Big Guava. With a massive lineup, this first-year festival will feature everything from thrill rides to food trucks to over 41 bands in every genre.

How To Get In On The Action: Since it's the first year for this festival, they don't have a ton of coverage online yet. But you can follow along on their Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram to check out awesome content like an exclusive playlist from Foster The People!

When: May 10

Where: Columbia, MD

Headliners: Lana Del Rey, Foster the People, 2 Chainz

Must-Watch Sets: Fitz and the Tantrums, Capital Cities, Bastille, Chromeo

Who It's For: A one-day music and food festival, this is the ultimate event for foodies who can't think of anything better than chowing down on some delish food while listening to their fave artists. It's also perfect for festival newbies who want a less-intense experience, while still getting the chance to see epic (and eclectic!) headliner performances&mdashincluding Lana Del Rey's only festival appearance of 2014!

How To Get In On The Action: Even though Sweetlife Festival only lasts one day, their message of sustainable living lasts all year long on their social channels! You can follow their Instagram account for awesome highlights from the festival on May 10, and for super-delcious snaps of amazing recipes the rest of the year!

When: May 16-18

Where: Gulf Shores, Alabama

Headliners: The Black Keys, The Killers, OutKast, Modest Mouse, Jack Johnson, Wiz Khalifa, The Flaming Lips, Pretty Lights

Must-Watch Sets: Zedd, Capital Cities, Bastille, Tegan & Sara, Wild Cub

Who It's For: Does listening to your fave tunes while chilling on the beach sounds like your perfect Saturday? Then you'll want to "hang out" at this amazing fest! With probably the best festival set-up ever right on the beach, if you&rsquore psyched by rocking your cutest bikini and listening to an eclectic array of artists, Hangout is for you.

How To Get In On The Action: MTV will be streaming the entire festival from the beautiful beaches of the Gulf Shores LIVE all weekend long! So even if you're sitting poolside at home with an iPad, you can tune in to your fave acts!

When: May 23-24 (Memorial Day Weekend) & July 4-6 (Fourth of July weekend)

Where: Washington, Seattle

Headliners: OutKast, The National, M.I.A. Kid Cudi, Haim, Frank Ocean, Neutral Milk Hotel, Foster The People

Must-Watch Sets: Local Natives, Gogol Bordello, Big Gigantic, The Districts, Wild Cub

Who It's For: If you want an authentic festival vibe and are looking for an amazing way to spend summer's major holiday weekends, Sasquatch! can't be beat! The ah-mazing views of The George Ampitheater overlooking the Columbia River, plus, the fireworks during the 4 th of July weekend performances, make this festival one seriously awesome experience.

How To Get In On The Action: Get the Sasquatch! experience with their official playlist, featuring the best of the acts performing this summer! Listen for free, here.

When: May 23-25

Where: Boston, Massachusetts

Headliners: Jack Johnson, Death Cab For Cutie, Modest Mouse, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros

Must-Watch Sets: Brand New, The Head and the Heart, Bastille, Tegan & Sara, Phosphorescent, The Districts

Who It's For: If you and your besties consider yourselves total indie darlings, call dibbs on your Boston roomie's couch for this amazing fest! With a lineup that includes some of the best indie bands of all time (Death Cab and Brand New), plus some of the hottest acts that are making waves in the music scene (Bastille and Head and the Heart), this festival is every indie music fan's dream!

How To Get In On The Action: Follow Boston Calling's Twitter feed for the best pics and Vines from the fest all weekend long!

When: March 28-30

Where: Miami, Florida

Headliners: Avicii, David Guetta, Tiesto, Kaskade, and Zedd

Must-Watch Sets: Jack U, M.I.A., Diplo, Alesso, MGMT, Empire of the Sun, Pusha T

Who It's For: If neon rave attire and dancing for hours with glow sticks is your thing, you&rsquoll definitely want to hit up this ultimate rave, featuring some of the world&rsquos best DJs!

How To Get In On The Action: Ultra Music Festival has the app of the festival world&mdashfeaturing the UMF Radio and UMF TV, so you can tune in to your fave artists and broadcast their set no matter where you are!

When: May 31-June 1

Where: Houston, TX

Headliners: Jack White, Vampire Weekend, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Zedd

Must-Watch Sets: Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Childish Gambino, the Deftones, Washed Out, Chvrches, Wu-Tang Clan

Who It's For: With a super-diverse lineup that includes folk, hip-hop, and country, this highly-anticipated festival is perfect for anyone whose favorite playlist ranges from country to hip-hop. Plus, they give a lot of support to local talent, so you're bound to find a new fave band!

How To Get In On The Action: You can get live updates all fest long, including awesome behind-the-scenes pics, on Free Press' Twitter feed&mdashplus, an epic recap of the weekend's highlights on the fest's YouTube page!

When: June 6-8

Where: New York, New York

Headliners: OutKast, Jack White, Vampire Weekend, The Strokes, Skrillex, Phoenix

Must-Watch Sets: James Blake, Grimes, The Head and the Heart, Bastille, Janelle Monae, La Roux

Who It's For: Get the perfect mix of an urban music experience and outdoor fest at New York's ultimate summer music event! Check out amazing bands all day on a scenic island, and keep the festivities going all night long in NYC. This festival is located right outside of the "city that never sleeps," on Randall's Island, and not only does the lineup include a jam-packed weekend of incredible bands, but everyone keeps the party going well into morning with late-night shows in Manhattan and Brooklyn!

How To Get In On The Action: Governor's Ball has their very own app featuring a Gov Ball Cam, so you can get a constant stream of the best pics from the festival and catch all the action as it happens!

When: June 15-August 4

Where: 40 tour dates across the U.S.!

Headliners: We The Kings, Yellowcard, Anberlin, Less Than Jake, The Devil Wears Prada, Saves the Day

Must-Watch Sets: All Time Low, Cute Is What We Aim For, Mayday Parade, The Ready Set

Who It's For: Can't swing the trip to one of the out-of-state music fests (or parents won't let you go without them)? The best part about the Warped Tour is that it hits nearly every part of the U.S., with over 40 tour dates! AND, you get a complimentary ticket for your parent if you're under 18, so they can go hang out in the stands while you and your besties bop along to your fave pop-punk bands.

How To Get In On The Action: This year, Warped Tour is producing its very own video series with Warped Youtubers, who will be covering the tour all summer long, interviewing bands, and meeting Warped fans!

When: June 12-15

Where: Manchester, Tennessee

Headliners: Kanye West, Elton John, Vampire Weekend, Jack White, Skrillex, The Avett Brothers,

Must-Watch Sets: Frank Ocean, The Head and the Heart, Cut Copy, Chvrches, Pusha T, Neutral Milk Hotel, Polica, James Blake. A$AP Ferg

Who It's For: If you're down for camping out with your friends (and don't mind skipping showers and sweating it out in a campground for four straight days), the killer lineup makes Bonnaroo one of the best music events of 2014!

How To Get In On The Action: This year the annual music festival will be streamed on Xbox consoles&mdashso if you have an Xbox One or Xbox 360 (or can borrow one from your BFF/BF/BGF) you can catch "multiple streams featuring the best performances, biggest artists and amazing SuperJams," according to the fest.

When: June 19-22nd

Where: Dover, Delaware

Headliners: Foo Fighters, OutKast, Jack Johnson, Imagine Dragons, Pretty Lights, The Lumineers, Arctic Monkeys

Must-Watch Sets: Girl Talk, Childish Gambino, Grouplove, Local Natives, Great Big World, Martin Garrix, Sleigh Bells

Who It's For: With a super-eclectic lineup that includes everything from rap to electro to pop, this four-day festival is perfect for music fans who want a little bit of everything and want to see it all at one event!

How To Get In On The Action: If you can't make it to Delaware, you can follow every aspect of the weekend on the festival's Instagram and Twitter, and you can tune in to their Treehouse Sessions, featuring exclusive performances from Firefly artists!

When: July 18-20

Where: Chicago, IL

Headliners: Kendrick Lamar, Grimes, Beck, Neutral Milk Hotel

Must-Watch Sets: Death Grips, Pusha T, Sharon Van Etten, DIIV

Who It's For: With Pitchfork being the mecca of music, their festival is always a well-curated lineup featuring up-and-coming talent that you definitely want to know about (and share with all your friends!), as well as the biggest headliners.

Coachella 2013 Lineup Announced: Blur, The Stone Roses, Phoenix And Red Hot Chili Peppers Headlining

Coachella Music Festival released their official 2013 lineup in a tweet on Thursday evening, and the headliners for each day are Blur, The Stone Roses, Phoenix and Red Hot Chili Peppers as the closing night act.

This will be Coachella's 14th hurrah and its second year of splitting the festival into two identical weekends in order to accomodate their vastly multiplying audience. Weekend 1 will take place April 12-14 and Weekend 2 will be April 19-21.

Festival passes for both weekends go on sale Tuesday, January 29th at 10AM PST. Festival passes for Weekend 1 must be purchased with a shuttle pass or a car camping pass. New for 2013, the price you see is the price you pay — $349 for a GA ticket and $799 for VIP. Prices reflect all fees included. Layaway is no longer an option for either weekend. Last year's tickets sold out online in under two hours.

Friday, April 12 & 19 Blur, The Stone Roses, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Modest Mouse, Lou Reed, Jurassic 5, Grinderman, Bassnectar, Dog Blood, How to Destroy Angels, Passion Pit, Tegan and Sara, Band of Horses, Beach House, Metric, Local Natives, Of Monsters and Men, Infected Mushroom, Japandroids, Divine Fits, Stars, Johnny Marr, Luciano, Wolfgang Gartner, Nicky Romero, Modestep, Tommy Trash, Thomas Gold, the Shouting Matches, Dillon Francis, Four Tet, Aesop Rock, Alt-J, Jello Biafra and the Guantanamo School of Medicine, TNGHT, Jake Bugg, Earl Sweatshirt, Polica, Sparks, Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra, Purity Ring, Lee Scratch Perry, Dam-Funk, DJ Harvey, Jamie xx, Seth Troxler, Youth Lagoon, Deathfix, C2C, Beardyman, Lord Huron, Palma Violets, IO Echo, Skinny Lister, the Neighbourhood, Sam XL Pure Filth Sound

Saturday, April 13 and 20 Phoenix, the XX, the Postal Service, Sigur Ros, New Order, Hot Chip, Grizzly Bear, Knife Party, Benny Benassi, Two Door Cinema Club, Moby, Descendents, Yeasayer, Franz Ferdinand, Violent Femmes, Simian Mobile Disco, Spiritualized, Puscifer, Cafe Tacuba, Portugal, the Man, the Make-Up, Bat for Lashes, Richie Hawtin, Major Lazer, Fedde Le Grand, Dropkick Murphys, FOALS, Ben Howard, 2 Chainz, Janelle Monae, Danny Brown, Wild Nothing, Booka Shade, Bingo Players, Allen Stone, El-P, the Selecter, Pusha T, Kill the Noise, the Evens, Biffy Clyro, Theophilus London, Baauer, Zane Lowe, Trash Talk, Birdy Nam Nam, Action Bronson, Jason Bentley, the Wombats, Guards, Mona, Savages, Shovels & Rope, Huoratron, Kurt Vile, Reignwolf, Cassy, 3Ball MTY, Kids These Days, the 2 Bears, the Colourist, Vintage Trouble

Sunday, April 14 and 21 Red Hot Chili Peppers, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Vampire Weekend, Social Distortion, Wu-Tang Clan, Pretty Lights, Eric Prydz, Tame Impala, the Lumineers, Dead Can Dance, La Roux, James Blake, Excision Grimes, the Gaslight Anthem, the Faint, Hardwell, Paul Oakenfold, Dinosaur Jr., Raider Klan, OMD, Roni Size, the Airborne Toxic Event, Father John Misty, Tanlines, Rodriguez, Alex Clare, Paul Kalkbrenner, Jessie Ware, Loco Dice, Jamie Jones, the Three O'Clock, Disclosure, Mimosa, Cloud Nothings, Parov Stelar Band, Julio Bashmore, Thee Oh Sees, Dub Fx, Maya Jane Coles, JEFF the Brotherhood, Smith Westerns, Dirtyphonics, Joris Voorn, Hanni El Khatib, Danny Avila, Ghost, DIIV, Little Green Cars, Mord Fustang, James McCartney, Unicorn Kid, Robert DeLong, White Arrows, Deep Vally, Wild Belle, Adrian Lux, Ladies Night

In mid-December, rumors of the lineup started swirling as Songkick, an event ticket site whose tagline is, "Be The First To Know About Concerts," sent out an email blast listing The Rolling Stones, Daft Punk, Phoenix and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs at Coachella 2013.

Coachella also posted a photo on their Facebook wall Jan. 4 of what appeared to be a rolling stone in the Coachella field, which further ignited squeals of joy across the internet that the famed rock and roll band might headline this year's festival.

But on January 22, Rolling Stone magazine announced that the Stones will in fact not appear at Coachella. On the same day, the music festival released a mysterious video featuring Radiohead's song Bloom, but with no further clues about the impending lineup.

Last year's headliners included The Black Keys, Radiohead, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg and, of course, the most famous hologram of all time -- Tupac. Over 80,000 people attended.

UPDATE: A rep for Coachella confirmed to The Huffington Post that people who already bought Weekend 1 tickets will still have in-and-out driving privileges. The only available tickets left for Weekend 1 include the purchase of a car camping pass or a shuttle pass. However, if one purchases a shuttle pass package for Weekend 1, you are not obligated to use it if you still prefer to day park like in year's past. General Admission tickets for Weekend 2 are still available.

Here Are All of Coachella's Past Lineups

Yesterday, Coachella Valley Music and Arts finally unleashed the lineup for their 2017 festival. The rumors were confirmed — Kendrick Lamar, Beyoncé and Radiohead are headlining. In addition, artists like Travis Scott, Future, Gucci Mane, Lil Uzi Vert, KAYTRANADA, ScHoolboy Q, Justice, Hans Zimmer, Bon Iver, Kehlani, Tory Lanez and more are set to perform. Set to take place at Indio, California on April 14-16 and April 21-23, passes will go on sale on January 4 at 2 p.m. EST. Learn how to purchase the tickets here and check out the advanced sale information here.

In celebration of the lineup and in anticipation of the forthcoming festival, we’ve put together a timeline (as well as some information) on all of Coachella’s past lineups — from the festival’s inception in 1999 till now. Which year did you feel had the best lineup?

Headliners: Beck, Tool, Rage Against the Machine
Ticket Price: $50 USD per day
Attendance: 25,000
Gross sales: Approx. $1,850,000 USD

Goldenvoice, a subsidiary of AEG Live as of 2001, lost $850,000 because of the first Coachella. It struggled for almost two years to survive as a company, having 1999’s headliners agreeing to receive deferred compensation. Although tentative dates were reserved to get the festival going again for 2000, it was cancelled. Instead, electronic dance music festival Nocturnal Wonderland took its place at the Empire Polo Club instead.

Headliners: Jane’s Addiction
Ticket Price: $65 USD per day
Attendance: 35,000
Gross sales: Approx. $2,275,000 USD

Headliners: Björk, Oasis
Ticket Price: $70 USD per day
Attendance: 55,000
Gross sales: Approx. $3,850,000 USD

Headliners: Beastie Boys, Red Hot Chili Peppers
Ticket Price: $75 USD per day / $140 USD two days
Attendance: 60,000
Gross sales: Approx. $4,000,000 USD

Headliners: Radiohead, The Cure
Ticket Price: $75 USD per day / $140 USD two days
Attendance: 110,000
Gross sales: Approx. $8,000,000 USD

Headliners: Coldplay, Nine Inch Nails
Ticket Price: $80 USD per day / $150 USD two days
Attendance: 110,000
Gross sales: Approx. $9,000,000 USD

Headliners: Depeche Mode, Tool
Ticket Price: $85 USD per day / $165 USD two days
Attendance: 120,000
Gross sales: Approx. $10,000,000 USD

Headliners: Björk, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Rage Against the Machine
Ticket Price: $85 USD per day / $249 USD three days
Attendance: 186,636
Gross sales: $16,300,000 USD

Headliners: Prince, Roger Waters, Jack Johnson
Ticket Price: $90 USD per day / $269 USD three days
Attendance: 151,666
Gross sales: $13,800,000 USD

Headliners: Paul McCartney, The Killers, The Cure
Ticket Price: $103 USD per day / $281 USD three days
Attendance: 152,962
Gross sales: $15,328,863 USD

Headliners: JAY Z, Muse, Gorillaz
Ticket Price: $269 USD three days
Attendance: 225,000
Gross sales: $21,703,500 USD

Headliners: Kings of Leon, Arcade Fire, Kanye West, The Strokes
Ticket Price: $269 USD three days
Attendance: 225,000
Gross sales: $24,993,698 USD

Headliners: The Black Keys, Radiohead, Dr. Dre & Snoop Dogg
Ticket Price: $285 USD three days
Attendance: 158,387
Gross sales: $47,313,403 USD

Headliners: Blur, The Stone Roses, Phoenix, Red Hot Chili Peppers
Ticket Price: $349 USD three days
Attendance: 180,000
Gross sales: $67,200,000 USD

Headliners: OutKast, Muse, Arcade Fire
Ticket Price: $349 USD three days
Attendance: 193,000
Gross sales: $78,332,000 USD

Headliners: AC/DC, Jack White, Drake
Ticket Price: $375 USD three days
Attendance: 198,000
Gross sales: $84,264,264 USD

Headliners: LCD Soundsystem, Guns N’ Roses, Calvin Harris
Ticket Price: $375 USD three days
Attendance: 198,000
Gross sales: $94,218,000 USD

Headliners: Radiohead, Beyonce, Kendrick Lamar
Ticket Price: $399 USD three days

Coachella 2016: Diverse dining lineup is where hot tunes meet full tummies

Coachellans sit down for dinner at Friday’s Outstanding in the Field meal during Weekend 2 of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio.

INDIO >> Think the lineup of musical acts at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is eclectic?

Multi-course gourmet meals from real big-city eateries. Acai fruit bowls. Burgers topped with cheddar and pepperoncini. Shrimp and grits. And, of course, Cheetos fries.

“There has to be the Guns N’ Roses and the Calvin Harrises of the food,” said Nic Adler, the festival’s director of food and beverage,” likening the festival’s wide variety of musical acts to his diverse array of dining delights.

𠇊nd there has to be the little gems you’ve never heard of — you heard about it from a friend the first weekend and you gotta get there for second weekend.”

So which entree corresponds to Harris, the megastar DJ who headlined the final night of the festival?

Why, of course, he chose Backyard Bowls’ acai bowls, created by the desert-outpost version of the popular Los Angeles and Santa Barbara outfit. Harris grew from a niche act with a small, loyal following to headliner status. Acai bowls, once an organic food-stand niche, can now be found on supermarket shelves everywhere.

And which festival tidbit is akin to megaband Guns N’ Roses? It’s the Dagwood Burger with Cheetos Fries, forged by hip West Hollywood gastropub The Church Key. The two-fisted burger includes cheddar cheese, secret sauce, onion-ketchup, pepperoncini and romaine lettuce on a brioche bun.

What makes it like Slash and the reunited hard-rocking lads? �use you have to sit down to eat it,” Adler cracked, referring to singer Axl Rose being confined to sitting during the band’s performance due to a broken foot.

Since Adler came on board in 2014, the food and beverage options have increased and diversified at Coachella — to include a craft beer barn, pop-up outposts of popular high-end restaurants, seated dinners with celebrity chefs, craft cocktails and more.

During Adler’s first year, he said festival goers didn’t flock to the food.

“I think they were still in that mode where ‘We don’t come to Coachella to eat. We come to Coachella to check out the art and see the music,’ “ Adler said.

But suddenly, in 2015, the epicurean pace picked up Weeks One and Two of the festival.

“This year, they came in Friday night hungry and thirsty for everything,” Adler said.

The viral nature of Coachella also boosted the profiles of some of the new restaurants via Instagram, Snapchat and Twitter.

The options offer various price points, from longtime festival favorite Spicy Pie, where you can still get a slice of cheese pizza for $7, to a multi-course meal at a pop-up version of Roy Choi’s Commissary with a $50 prix fixe menu.

The biggest splurge is Outstanding in the Field, where celebrity chefs cook a multi-course dinner served family style at a table with chairs in the picturesque rose garden area.

On Friday night, brothers Michael and Bryan Voltaggio, “Top Chef” alums who have restaurants in Los Angeles and Maryland, respectively, delighted the eager-to-eat festivalgoers.

Adler hopes to bring his amplified food focus to the new Arroyo Seco Music and Arts Festival, put on by Coachella parent company AEG. The event is headed to the Rose Bowl in Pasadena in June 2017.

Adler thinks the food may be even better,

�ing in the desert, it’s hard to get chefs to leave their kitchens and come out,” Adler said. “In Pasadena, I think we’re gonna have a little bit easier of a time.

𠇊nd I think by itself it will rival the best food and beverage festivals that already exist in LA.”

Coachella 2015: 93 arrests, one death during festival’s first weekend

INDIO >> A total of 93 arrests were made during the first weekend of the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, 13 more last year, according to the Indio Police Department.

A majority of the arrests — 56 — were related to illegal narcotics, while 20 festivalgoers were arrested for alcohol violations, according to a police department statement released April 14.

Two people were also arrested on suspicion of domestic violence, one other person was arrested for reportedly resisting or obstructing an officer, and one arrest was made for trespassing.

“There is about 100,000 people, so 93 arrests is less than .001 percent,” explained Sgt. Dan Marshall, spokesman for the Indio Police Department.

Of the 56 arrests made related to illegal narcotics, 49 of those were for misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance, while seven were felony arrests for possession of a controlled substance for sales, said Marshall,

“We only had seven felonies throughout the concert. It’s a significant difference from years past,” Marshall said, adding that in the past “mere possession was a felony.”

Festivalgoers under the influence of drugs or alcohol were arrested but not charged and instead detained 𠇏or their own safety.”

“Once they sobered up, we let them go,” Marshall said.

The deparment also said that there was an increased number of campers arriving earlier this year, which created some early morning traffic congestion in and around the concert venue, but reported throughout the weekend that traffic was relatively smooth during the mega festival.

Last year, police made 80 arrests.

One man also died during the weekend about 4 miles northeast outside of the festival, according to the Riverside County Sherriff-Coroner’s Office.

Jannick Andersen, 23, of San Diego was struck by a Union Pacific Train at about 3:05 a.m. April 11 and died at about 3:42 a.m.

“He was trespassing,” said Francisco Castillo, spokesman for Union Pacific. “It didn’t occur at a crossing. It occurred away from the crossing ,which is why we knew he was trespassing.”

Several trains were delayed as a result, but the schedule resumed around 5:45 a.m., Castillo said.

Andersen was a University of Colorado student whose friends confirmed on April 13 was traveling to California to attend Coachella, according to the Colorado-based news outlet Daily Camera. He was particularly excited to catch AC/DC, the festival’s headliner on April 10, a friend told the Daily Camera.

“It was an unfortunate accident and our hearts go out to friends and family of the deceased,” Castillo said. “Pedestrians, bicycles and motorists need to be very aware of the hazards associated with trains and should never attempt to cross the tracks without following the proper signage.”

In 2014, 24-year-old Kimchi Truong of Oakland also died during the first weekend of the festival, but due to an apparent overdose on drugs and alcohol, according to the Riverside County Sherriff-Coroner’s Office.

Coachella begins again this weekend, April 17-19, at the Empire Polo Grounds and is expected to again attract more than 90,000 attendees.

Features digital director Mariecar Mendoza contributed to this report.

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