If you are one of those local residents waiting for Coachella and Stagecoach tickets this announcement is especially for you. As said by the producer of the music festivals, Goldenvoice the time is running out so pack your bags and get in the line!
You can get the first or second week passes for the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival as well as for Stagecoach: California’s Country Music Festival as they are both available for sale. To buy submit your requests on coachella.com/residents For Resident Coachella tickets and stagecoach.com/residents For Resident Stagecoach tickets. Other people can also get cheap Coachella tickets in advance.
According to a press release the company stated that they select requests randomly and are approved on the residential need basis.
For Coachella General Admission tickets are available at 429 dollars each and 349 dollars each for Stagecoach tickets, including all surcharges. As for the VIP Passes they are on sale at 999 dollars for Coachella and for Stagecoach are available in a variety of prices ranging from 899 to 1,399 dollars. As per companies statement some of the price is still “subject to change.”
The Coachella Festival will take place from April 12th to 14th for the first weekend and April 19th to 21st for the second weekend, while Stagecoach is set for April 26th to 28th.
Coachella’s headliners include Childish Gambino, Tame Impala and Ariana Grande and Luke Bryan, Sam Hunt and Jason Aldean will be headlining for Stagecoach.
One important thing to notice is that till the available tickets last they are sold till 4 per week per resident. The staff member of the box office will be responsible to place the Wristbands on resident and a guest’s wrist, which certainly means that the guest’s presence is a must. Stagecoach festival tickets cheap are also available.
Coachella Tickets & Stagecoach festival tickets are not transferable means you need to be physically present while the purchase is made. Also, only residents are eligible to request for resident passes and as per company’s rules you must prove your residency. Take your California driver’s license or ID with you as a proof while picking up passes.
Director: Alton Glass
Film length: 85 minutes
Screening: Saturday, October 11th, 4:50
Nearly twenty years after a tragedy, the reunion of four high school friends opens old wounds, exposes long-hidden secrets and paves the road to forgiveness and redemption.
A tight knit group of young high school athletes have a terrible crash after winning the state championship — a catastrophe that will shape all their lives. But as adults, some 15 years later, they come together again for a reunion that will open olds wounds, expose long-hidden secrets — and pave the road to forgiveness and redemption.
Directors: Lacey Schwartz and James Adolphus
Film length: 65 minutes
Screening: Saturday, October 11th, 3:30
Daring to ask questions about her true identity, around which her parents had kept a careful silence throughout her entire childhood, filmmaker Lacey Schwartz gently but firmly pulls back the curtain on matters of race and family secrets in her deeply personal and riveting documentary. Schwartz raises larger questions for us all: What factors—race, religion, family, upbringing—make us who we are? And what happens when we are forced to redefine ourselves?
Director: Rachel Goldberg
Film Length: 18 minutes
Screening: Saturday, October 11th, 3:00
The Gladwells struggle to get the support of media and law enforcement when their teenage daughter disappears.
When her teenage daughter disappears, Lena Gladwell, a divorced African-American mother of two, is stunned by the inaction of local police.She and her older daughter Cara rally friends and family, flier the neighborhood and reach out to the media, all to no avail. They quickly learn the painful lesson that all missing children are not created equal.
Director: Sam Hampton
Film Length: 53 minutes
Screening: Saturday, October 11th, 12:30
Transcending Surgeon is a one hour documentary film about top trauma surgeon Dr. Edward Cornwell III and the challenges and impact of his career. This documentary explores Dr. Cornwell’s family upbringing,mentors, education and other guiding forces which led to his successful career. It does so in the context of African American pioneers in medicine, and that many of his patients represent the realities of another side of urban African American life, communities beset by poverty, inadequate education and violence.
Film Length: 25 minutes
Screening: Saturday, October 11th, 1:30
A documentary that explores the history, beauty, and pride that is the black doll. Through its characters it reveals that the black doll is more than a plaything; it is a cultural artifact that represents the history of the people it depicts.
Film Length: 22 minutes
Screening: Saturday, October 11th. 12:00
A documentary that allows voices to be heard that are more representative of Planned Parenthood’s true role in empowering the modern aspirational African-American experience; from Congresswoman Gwen Moore, to the Reverend Timothy McDonald, to the patients, health care providers, and front-line community organizers who every day see how Planned Parenthood works in the African-American community, and how Planned Parenthood works to ensure that everyone has access to America’s promise.
Director: Alaina Lewis
Film Length: 13 minutes
Screening: Saturday, October 11th, 2:00
The Most Important Meal of the Day…
Director: Aleshia Mueller
Film length: 25 minutes
Screening: Saturday, October 11th, 2:25
A short documentary film that highlights a trans formative process that validates and empowers women of color at Carleton College using elements of Native American spirituality and ceremony.
Momma’s Own 2103
Director: Harrell D. Williams Sr.
Film length:24 minutes
Screening: Saturday, October 11th, 11:30
A mother risks all to save her daughter from a bad situation.