The organizers of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival Monday revealed dates for the 2020 event and announced tickets will go on sale this week.
The two-weekend annual festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio will take place on April 10-12 and April 17-19, according to concert promoter Goldenvoice.
Tickets will go on sale at 11 a.m. Friday on coachella.com. This year, ticket buyers can put down as little as $25 to take advantage of the festival’s payment plan, then pay off the remainder of the ticket price in six equal installments through December — a total of about $67 per month for a $399 general admission pass.
Last year, the down payment was about $61 for general admission.
Ticket prices increase to $474 for inclusion of a shuttle pass and $929 for a VIP pass.
Preferred parking is $140, while car and tent camping costs $102. Preferred car camping is $266. Camping companion parking for an additional vehicle is $55.
Lake Eldorado luxury teepee camping prices begin at $2,224 for two people and top out at $5,226 for four people and VIP passes.
Safari luxury camping, at an “exclusive” campground behind the festival, will set you back $9,500.
None of the posted prices, except for safari camping, include fees or occupancy taxes.
No lineup has been announced yet for 2020 — that usually doesn’t happen until January.