Coachella 2019: How To Get Tickets? + Kanye West's Special Sunday Service
Fans are now excited as Coachella 2019 is about to kick off next week. As a lot of concert goers and music lovers are expected to join the fun, add to that Kanye West's surprising Sunday Service, tickets for the first weekend is now sold out, while passes for the second weekend may also sell like hotcakes. So, here is how you can secure your seat in the music festival and everything else you need to know.
Coachella 2019 will be held across two weekends. The first one will take place on April 12, 13, and 14, while the second week will be on April 19, 20, and 21.
Ariana Grande will be headlining Coachella 2019. According to Hollywoodlife, this year's theme will be eclectic with other performances by top-billed acts like Janelle Monae, Solange, The 1975, J Balvin, Diplo, and K-pop group Blackpink. Tame Impala and Childish Gambino will also perform.
The lineup for the two weekends is said to be "generally the same," but attendees can expect to see surprise celebrity performances. And of course, Kanye West's special Sunday Service.
The ticket for Coachella 2019's first weekend is reportedly already sold. But, interested buyers can try to secure their passes from third-party ticket sellers, although it comes with a high price. However, the event's official website asks fans to sign up for a waitlist for a chance to get tickets and weekend exchange options if they plan to switch dates, per Time Out.
The first Coachella 2019 weekend tickets went on sale on January 4 at around 11 a.m., while the second weekend would be out on April 5 at 3 p.m. GA tickets cost $429 or $509 for the inclusion of the shuttle pass. VIP admission is at $999, while the VIP parking is $150. For other prices, check here.
Meanwhile, Billboard reported Kanye West would be bringing his Sunday Service at the Coachella 2019 for a special Easter presentation after pulling out his headlining performance. The event's co-founder Paul Tollett revealed the rapper's performance materialized when his camp approached him, pitching what he is doing in Calabasas, California.
The next thing he knows, he is asking if Kanye West can bring his Sunday Service at the Coachella 2019's second weekend. "We said of course, instantly," he said. He believes the singer's performance will be a perfect fit for a special Easter presentation to give attendees a different musical experience when they see him perform.