The Coachella Festival celebrates 20 years with the documentary Coachella: 20 Years in the Desert

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Tickets for this year’s edition sold out in less than an hour demonstrating the magnitude of an event that has marked the pattern and trend in the music industry. Your new tentative date will be in the first two weeks of October.

Mexico city, April 11 (avant-Garde).– Since last January you could see it coming, the contingency health by the spread of COVID-19 stopped music events, sports, conferences and even our lives. For example, if the coronavirus-we do not have to all in quarantine, this Friday will be opening the doors of the twenty-first edition of the Coachella Festivalin Indio, California, where they would arrive about 100 thousand people and more than one hundred musicians from around the world.

But today, because of the pandemic, the Coachella Festival has been postponed to the second half of the year, as well as almost all the festivals of the spring and summer of the whole world. Rage Against the Machine, Frank Ocean and Travis Scott no doubt be top of the festival over two weekends, along with esperadísimos acts such as Thom Yorke, Lana del Rey, Run the Jewels, Banda MS, Calvin Harris, Flume, and many, many more.

Although now fans of this popular event has to fall back and wait until next October to live this experience, in honor of that today would start the Festival, YouTube finally released the documentary the original Coachella: 20 Years in the Desert, which portrays the history of the festival through his best presentations and special interviews with bands, staff, public and organizers.

Tickets for this year’s edition sold out in less than an hour demonstrating the magnitude of an event that has marked the pattern and trend in the music industry. Your new tentative date will be in the first two weeks of October.

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