Coachella is a three-day music festival that attracts tens of thousands of people across America and around the world. Previous acts that have graced the stages at Coachella include Blur, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Depeche Mode, Daft Punk, Paul McCartney, Death Cab for Cutie, Beastie Boys, Damian Marley, Sigur Ros, The Cure, Swedish House Mafia, Kings of Leon and Jay Z. Buy your Coachella tickets today and enjoy events like three-legged races, Berlin-style ping-pong parties, bad dancing competitions, joke contests and dodgeball tournaments. If you want to take a break from the festivities, you can head over to the Absolut Little Sun Bar for some refreshments, relax near the campground's resident DJ booth, go for a ride on the five-story-tall Ferris wheel, or chill out at the JBL Dark Room to replenish your energy.
Coachella attracts the brightest stars in music and this year, one of the biggest acts in the world, Calvin Harris, will headline the festival. As an electronic dance music DJ and producer, he has his ear to the ground for all the latest and greatest trends in electronic, house, techno, progressive and trap music. At the age of 15, Harris discovered electronic music and began producing beats in his bedroom. Calling himself Stouffer, the southern Scotland native started his musical career with two singles, "Da Bongos" and "Brighter Days," which were released under Prima Facie records in 2002.
After struggling in the heavily saturated U.K. house and techno scene, Harris decided to start releasing music on his MySpace page. The move proved to be a turning point in his career. A representative from EMI discovered his music and immediately signed him to the record label in 2006. Harris continued to produce hit after hit, which led to him recording the 2012 instant classic 18 months, which peaked at No. 1 in the U.K albums charts and No. 9 in the U.S. Don't miss your chance Calvin Harris and the entire Coachella lineup light it up during this must-see music festival.