What.a.weekend. Coachella seriously rocked my world, and the world's of thousands of other music lovers from around the globe. There was so many amazing musicians in this year's lineup, but for me it was all about; Hozier, The Weeknd, Florence and the Machine, Kiesza, Lykke Li, George Ezra, Kaskade and well the list could literally go on and on. As much as Coachella was exhausting, it was also incredibly reinvigorating for me, there is something magical about dancing under the stars with your best friends, singing the lyrics of your favorite songs with thousands of other people that goes right to your soul. It is the perfect opportunity to get in touch with your inner spirit animal and don your favorite hippie boho attire.
I couldn't bring my real camera in so I had to settle for my iphone all weekend, which in and of itself was a liberating experience. Above are a few of my favorites, including the iconic Coachella ferris wheel, some of the great art installations they had on the grounds and the beautiful caterpillar that turned into a butterfly over the course of the weekend. Coachella is seriously an experience for the eyes, ears, heart and soul, and I cannot wait to go back next year! My best piece of advice, take Monday off.
Now that the pure madness of Coachella is over, up next is Stage Coach! The country version of Coachella held on the same grounds this upcoming weekend. Although I'm not attending, I will do my best to cover some of the fun! Keep an eye out for pictures from last week's Tachevah 2015 as well! It was a super fun event in town and I was stoked to see our local bands rock the stage! Don't forget about the rest of April's events in PS, which you can read about here!
I will leave you with this glorious masterpiece, one of my absolute favorite performances from the weekend, and a truly beautiful song.