lol, yes, the ones that are left are not getting younger. I especially like The Who, and even with 2 original members, I would love to see that performance. Here's a link to a write-up of the non-original band members that are touring with them.
It's not that big of a deal. My cousins take motorhomes to Stagecoach every year. (Same location, same event promoter). By posting it, they reserve the right to check as needed. Mostly they check for alcohol quantity in ratio to the number of persons in the rv.
Post by carvelloafer on May 10, 2016 4:08:22 GMT -8
Tickets went on sale yesterday. We sat in the que for about five hours and only got halfway to the end before they sold out both weekends. I was so into this. The camping cost was extreme but the general admission price was cheap, $400 each in my opinion for these bands is not bad. Anyway, all for not. The ticket resellers bought most of the tickets and now they are 3 times the price from these sleeze bag resellers.
We did go see The Who on Sunday night and it was fantastic!
carvelloafer - I decided against spending the money on tickets, so I wasn't online trying. But a lot of my friends said the same thing. This takes place about 6 miles from my house. They will release another 1000 tickets for locals on the Wednesday before the concert. Even that is a tough purchase. Anyone with a local (Coachella Valley zip code) driver's license can stand in line and purchase 2 tickets. The catch is that you have to put on the wrist band immediately, so you can buy for yourself and one guest, but they must be present.