Today’s the day! After two years of cancellations, Coachella returns to Indio, CA on Friday, April 15. It’s time to register your wristbands, memorize the set times, and experience one incredible lineup. See below for all the information you need before arriving at the festival grounds today.
Weekend one of Coachella runs from Friday, April 15 to Sunday, April 17. Weekend two runs from Friday, April 22 to Sunday, April 24. You can still grab tickets to weekend one and weekend two below.
The 2022 Coachella headliners include Harry Styles (Friday, April 15 & 22), Billie Eilish (Saturday, April 16 & 23), and The Weeknd / Swedish House Mafia (Sunday, April 17 & 24). You can view the full list of performers below.
Below is the official venue map for the festival.
Coachella is half about the music and half about the outfits — it’s a runway in the desert. But keep in mind: it is a desert. It’s important to wear breathable, functional clothing you can wear all day long. While it may look good to pile on the accessories and layers, make sure the outfit doesn’t weigh you down. As with any festival, there will be a lot of walking, so wear clothes you can move around in. And as always, make sure you’re drinking water throughout the day to prevent overheating and dehydration.
The Indio Central Market offers food from dozens of restaurants under one tent. With plenty of seating and shade, you can grab a bite while taking a break from the desert sun. There are plenty of vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options available for those with specific dietary restrictions or needs.
Several vendors will be selling bottled water in both venue and camping areas. There will also be free, twice-filtered water refill stations located around the venue and campgrounds. Each refill station can accommodate multiple guests at a time. You can bring an empty, refillable, non-metal/aluminum/steel/glass water bottle or hydration pack.
For other drinks like cocktails, beer, and coffee, you can check out the list of vendors and locations here.
You can buy shuttle passes and parking passes here.
Coachella does not have a COVID-19 policy. According to the official festival website, “there will be no vaccination, testing or masking requirement for Coachella 2022.” However, this policy may change anytime between now and the end of weekend two depending on local guidelines. Check the official website for up-to-date information.
For a full list of items you can and cannot bring to Coachella, check the official “Rules” page.