Coachella was slated to start on Friday with tens of thousands of fans flooding the desert… instead, it was reduced to a ghost town. The grounds of the Empire Polo Club, where thousands of people would park their asses and turn on their Instagram accounts, would be bare … almost like a scene from “I’m a legend.” The streets are empty and the entrances to the car parks are also closed. As we mentioned… Coachella – as well as Stagecoach – postponed the festival April to October due to the increase in the number of new coronaviruses. TMZ has broken history … hotels massive blow with participants requesting refunds. Employees of various hotels we spoke to said it was unclear whether they would make up for the loss of revenue in October. But, for those who still want to scratch the itch Coachella can find comfort in this … Coachella is due to release a documentary on the history of the festival at noon on Friday. Not coincidentally, this is the exact time that the doors were to open. The documentary titled “Coachella: 20 Years in the Desert” … and it will give fans an in-depth look at the origins of the festival and some of the best performances in history. Fans can find the document on YouTube. As you know by now … Travis Scott, Rage against the machine and Frank Ocean are just a few of the many artists who were scheduled to perform. Coachella – which would be the most profitable festival in the country – has already said that all purchases for April dates will be honored for rescheduled October dates.
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