A week after Coachella 2016 comes to a close, its organizers announce its latest festival to descend on Indio, CA — Desert Trip.
Slated for the weekend of Oct. 7-9, the three-day festivals takes place at Coachella’s longtime venue, the Empire Polo Club, and will be headlined by rock royalty. The Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan headline the first night, followed by Paul McCartney and Neil Young on the second, and Roger Waters and The Who will close out the weekend.
Each performance will start after sunset and will play a full-length set.
For more info, visit the official website at DesertTrip.com. Tickets will start at $199 USD for single-day passes and $399 USD for three-day passes.