It’s official: The classic rock festival you WISH you saw 35 years ago is happening.
Paul McCartney, the Rolling Stones, the Who, Roger Waters from Pink Floyd, Bob Dylan, and Neil Young will take over the site of the Coachella festival in Indio, California on October 7th through the 9th.
Dylan and the Stones will kick things off on Friday the 7th . . . Neil and McCartney will play Saturday . . . and the Who and Roger Waters close things out on Sunday.
Tickets go on sale on Monday, and yeah, they’re gonna set you back. A one-day general admission ticket is $200 . . . and all three days is $400. Want floor seats for all three nights? That’s $1,600 out the door. Per person. Plus fees, of course.
(But maybe this teaser video will help pry open your wallet.)
(Maybe this is morbid, but I can’t help but wonder if this concert was inspired by the recent glut of classic rock star DEATHS. It’s like someone said, “If this is gonna happen, it better happen NOW!”)
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