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Already thinking about Coachella 2020 like us? The advance sale for next year’s passes starts this Friday, June 14!

It seems like just yesterday that we were frolicking in the lush, green grass at the Empire Polo Fields during the first weekend of Coachella or catching some monumental surprise sets during the second weekend this year. Now that the dust has settled from those two trips to Indio and an invasion of country fans shortly thereafter, Goldenvoice has hit the reset button today and our countdown for another arrival has begun.

Returning for two weekends of fun in the desert sun on April 10-12 and April 17-19, 2020, the upcoming editions of Coachella are sure to be some of the best yet. Now, those who know that they’ll be heading to the festival next year should get prepared as they’ve announced that the Advance Sale for passes will start on Friday, June 14 at 11am PT.

Related: Read all about our experience at Coachella this year to get a taste of what this iconic festival is all about!

Limited to four tickets per order, you can lock in your experience at Coachella 2020 for $25 down using their payment plan. GA Passes will start at $399+fees (No Shuttle) and $479+fees (With Shuttle), while VIP will set you back $929+fees. Car Camping, Tent Camping, El Dorado Packages, and more will also be available. Full details can be found over on their website.

Additionally, Goldenvoice has partnered with Valley Music Travel to offer some travel packages if you’re coming in from out of town and want a streamlined experience. Those packages will be available starting on June 13 at 11am and including festival passes, resort accommodations, and shuttle services.

Will you be heading to Coachella 2020? Let us know if you plan on attending next year’s edition or share a past memory from the festival in the comments below!

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