It isn’t even 2013 yet, but purported Coachella 2013 lineups are already sprouting up all over the Internet. On Wednesday, a special Boxing Day edition of the Coachella 2013 lineup hit and started making speedy viral progress via Twitter, Facebook, tumblr and all other socially-inclined hubs.
The latest leak adds Missy Elliott, Lana Del Rey, Boys Noize, Fiona Apple, The Prodigy, Passion Pit and The xx to the already leaked (and assumed) headliners The Rolling Stones. A key difference: This lineup moves the Stones to a Sunday performance — earlier leaks had them taking the stage on Friday.
What do you think of the lineup?
Coachella 2013, by the way, is set for April 12-14 and April 19-21 at the Empire Polo Club in Indio. Last year’s official lineup was released by Goldenvoice on Jan. 9, so hang in there.
As January — the month when Coachella has released its lineup for at least the past five years — approaches, there’s more and more talk about who will play the 2013 fest.
Now, we have a full-fledged fake lineup poster:
Just a day after Goldenvoice announced next year’s Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival dates (April 12-14 and 19-21) and that tickets will be on sale May 24, a fake lineup poster has already gone viral.
Funny or Die, a comedy video website founded by Will Ferrell and Adam McKay’s production company, Gary Sanchez Productions, posted what it claims to be a “Leaked Coachella 2013 Poster.”
It’s first headline act: All Of Your Money.
But it’s all too true considering Goldenvoice also announced Monday that tickets for next year’s music festival will be hiked to $349 compared to this year’s starting price of $269 before the lineup was announced.
Continue on and you’ll chuckle at the “lineup,” which includes Lunch for Breakfast at 4 p.m., Forgetting Where You Parked and Peeing in a Water Bottle. (Oh, you know you’ve done all of the above.)
Funny Or Die's Leaked Coachella 2013 Lineup
Toyota Hangout is giving away silk screen posters of the Stagecoach lineup.
Register in the tent, then hop in line. They start with a basic poster.
Then they put it into the machine and press the ink over over the top.
End result is a free poster, promised to dry in five minutes.
They’re giving away 1,000 every day — and had already made 600 by 5 p.m. Friday!