Coachella 2023


Live music, camping, interesting outfits, celebrities, and so much more add up to what exactly? The Coachella music festival weekends are a very popular event many splurge to attend. But what is Coachella and who performed at Coachella 2023? What celebrities were in attendance and what does it actually cost to navigate this music and fun-filled weekend? 

Coachella is an annual music festival located at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California. In 2023, Coachella weekend one ran from April 14th-16th followed by a second festival taking place on the 21st-23rd. 

This festival is known for its many big-name performers and famous celebrities and influencers in attendance. There are six separate stages for different artists to perform on each year. In addition, these performances are live-streamed across both weekends.

The 2023 Coachella headliners included artists such as Frank Ocean, Bad Bunny, and Black Pink. 

Other performers include artists such as A Boogie wit Da Hoodie and Charlie XCX to add to that lineup. Along with these artists, were special guests Post Malone, Billie Eilish, The Weekend, 21 Savage, and Diddy. 

The celebrities seen at Coachella 2023 included Justin Beiber, Kendall Jenner, Tyga, John Legend, Shawn Mendes, Camila Cabello, and many more. These celebrities were also accompanied by many influencers from platforms such as Tiktok and Instagram. These would include influencers such as Alix Earle and Charlie D’amelio. Coachella fashion amongst celebrities and influencers in attendance is another part of the weekend. 

To get the full weekend experience at Coachella, people can expect to spend anywhere from $800 to over $3,000 on tickets, food, and drinks. The Coachella general admission tickets cost $549 and the VIP tickets cost around $1,000. These tickets are valid for the entire weekend that they are purchased. The food at this festival is fairly expensive and can add upwards of an extra $200 on top of ticket prices.

Another aspect of Coachella is the onsite camping. There are two different camping options available: car and tent camping. Camping onsite can cost over a hundred dollars, plus fees. Campers must follow a list of rules provided by the festival and be over the age of 18. In addition, campers get free wifi, a phone charging station, showers, and more.

Luckily ,this music festival stretches across two weekends and weekend two is bound to bring more exciting performances just like weekend one!