Surviving Coachella In this guide we'll be going over how to make your coachella experience a memorable one

WHAT TO DO:

Bring sunscreen!

Coachella, located in Indio, is in the middle of the desert and during the middle of April temperatures can be up to 100 degrees. Plan on wearing sunscreen and apply it at least twice a day! You don't want to suffer from a terrible sun burn throughout the whole weekend.

Have a plan!

If you are planning on going with friends, make sure to have a meet up spot because cell service will be terrible on the polo grounds!

Also if there's an artist you want to see try to arrive an hour before they go on stage! Download the Official Coachella app to create your own schedule!

Don't dress to impress

Take light comfortable clothing, don't try to make a fashion statement you'll be doing a lot of moving and traveling from stage to stage to see your favorite artists live.

doN'T TAKE ANYTHING VALUABLE!

Make sure you don't take any valuables besides a phone. There are lots of cases of lost items and theft, so make you keep everything in a locker. Always be mindful of strangers around, and stay with your group.

AND REMEMBER TO HAVE FUN!

Coachella is more about the headliners, it's about having fun and letting loose. Meet some new people, watch artists you never heard of and get out of your comfort-zone figuratively and musically!

Your checklist to prepare for coachella!

IF YOU CAN'T MAKE IT TO COACHELLA THIS YEAR, CHECK OUT THE LIVE STREAM!

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