Coachella 2013 rumors are already spreading fast among music lovers and festivalgoers are anxiously anticipating seeing their favorite bands live on stage during the April event.
The Huffington Post reports that an “event ticket site” that informs subscribers about what bands will be touring and playing at concerts has sent an email blast to their subscribers indicating that acts scheduled for Coachella 2013 include the Rolling Stones, Daft Punk, Phoenix and Yeah Yeah Yeahs.
The website PrettyMuchAmazing.com features a screenshot of the email blast on their website and The Huffington Post questions whether it’s a mistake, a hoax or an actual glimpse at bands scheduled for next year’s Coachella.
The official line-up announcement will be released in January, ahead of the April 12-14 and 19-21 musical festival. Last year, more than 80,000 people attended Coachella, so this year organizers have again decided to repeat itself over two weekends.
According to the official Coachella website, festival passes, which are limited to two per billing address, are valid for the entire weekend that people purchase, but only for that weekend. The festival is open to all ages, and children under 5 can get in free. There are a number of VIP passes available for purchase, which allows access to the VIP areas, including the main VIP area that is located adjacent to the main stage and features shaded areas, picnic tables, couches, extra restrooms, food and beverage vendors and a full cash bar. VIP parking is sold separately.