Coachella is notorious for it's fashion, art , and obviously music. Split into two weekends fans will have the chance to hit it twice as hard and catch acts they may have missed the first weekend. Held in Indio, CA over the first weekend of Coachella surprise acts were at an utmost prime, pretty expected but always epic. Whether it's Kanye West joining Jack U, Kesha joining ZEDD, or Rihanna and Big Sean joining Calvin Harris - Coachella did not disappoint.
First things first: Style
A nice addition this year was the Perverse cirque tent. Known as 'the unicorn of sunglasses' Perverse sunglasses are the perfect combination of elegant and edgy for your ensemble. Guests were able to pick up a pair of sunnies in order to look fabulous while dancing in the desert. Cara Delevinge happens to be a fan of the brand, and Kylie and Kendall Jenner, Ashley Greene, Shanina Shaik, Bella Thorne, Chanel Iman, Ashley Benson, and Olivia Holt were just a couple of the celebrities that happened to pop in to check out the Perverse line of sunglasses at Coachella!
Next stop: Music
Another amazing and must see is the Do LaB!
Back for it's 12th year Dolab is known for its vibrant, energetic, eclectic shows that are guaranteed to get the party started and this year did not disappoint! Held at BigFish onsite DoLaB had: Foreign Family Collective’s Big Wild, Canadian indie-electro pop duo HUMANS, Washington DC-based downtempo beat-weaver Imagined Herbal Flows, godfather of experimental bass Paper Diamond, pioneer of the TWONK movement, LA-based Brillz, gritty g-house, dubstep, trap hybrid producer/DJ Ghastly, Australian house music maven Dena Amy, hip-hop-dubstep-trap counterculturalist Stylust Beats, producer of euphoric future bass and pixelated funk Wave Racer, techno underground master Lee Foss, plus MartyParty and Ooah (The Glitch Mob) who reunite once again as PANTYRAID for the first weekend.
Check out the flyer for complete lineup and see who you can see the second weekend.
While figuring out your schedule for the weekend with your crew, make sure to allow time for both of these amazing activities - it's definitely worth it!