“Glee” star Chris Colfer appeared on “Ellen” on Thursday — and they spent the first several minute of the interview talking about Coachella.
Ellen — who flashed a photo of the famous ferris wheel and the Coachella snail on the screen behind them — asked Colfer about his first time at the festival.
Whether you loved or hated the art at Coachella 2013 — the giant snail, mechanical praying mantis, ever-changing shade structure and high-flying balloons — I think we can all agree that nothing quite approached the weirdness of giant, inflatable dog poo.
Have you heard of Coachella acts Dr. Schlomo and the GI Clinic, The Obesity Epidemic and The Chelsea Clintons?
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Winds whipped across the eastern Coachella Valley as more than 80,000 people crowded in for the final day of Coachella, Weekend One.
While the temperature usually heats up above normal during festival weekends, mercury only hit 85 degrees on Sunday — a dip below the 87-degree normal for the day.
A steady wind of up to 20 mph has blown through, with gusts hitting 31 mph by about 7 p.m., according to the National Weather Service.
The weather prompted a warning from Goldenvoice to campers: Secure your camp site and remove the tops from pop-up tents.
Check out this view from The Desert Sun editor Liz Kelly Nelson, who shot this video clip from the top of the famous Le Grande Wheel at Coachella:
While tens of thousands people crowded in to see the Coachella headliner, dozens of people danced upstairs in party dresses or swam in swim caps.
Except none of them were real.
The five members of the Desert Hot Springs band Slipping Into Darkness learned four days ago they were playing Coachella.
They didn’t make the top 10 finishers of the mydesert.com Tachevah contest because “we didn’t tell anyone to vote,” said lead singer and guitarist Michael Durazo. But someone from Goldenvoice called them and told them they were one of just two Coachella Valley bands getting into Coachella anyway.