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It's a hot time for music festivals around the country, and the artists this year just keep getting bigger. Is that a good thing? Some people may say no, as in the case of Paul McCartney playing at Coachella. April's coming fast, and the lineup will include everything from the soulful Amy Winehouse, to Cage the Elephant, to techno and trance gurus Crystal Method, to the eclectic sounds of the Drive-By Truckers.
What do you think - should the traditionally-indie festivals stick with indie artists, or do you think that adding a legend like McCartney to this year's line-up enhances it? From the look of ticket sales, not many people seem to be concerned. Three-day passes to Coachella at Empire Polo Field are going fast, and you can still catch them at Coast to Coast!
If you're into Coachella, you should also have a couple other purchases on your radar, including tickets to the major music festival Bonnaroo, which will be held this year in June at Manchester Farm, TN. And later this year, in AUgust, you can catch HippieFest, which is sure to help you reconnect with days past, and don't miss the New Orleans Jazz Festival in April!
The economy isn't where it used to be, but you don't have to buy tickets to every performer that comes to your town in order to have an amazing time seeing amazing musicians. Catch the festivals, and get more music than you know what to do with - and be sure to buy your tickets from a place that offers a full guarantee of your purchase. When you buy from our site, you know that we'll get you in on time, and for the price you expect, or you'll get your money back!
Labels: Spotlight on Concerts