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10 things TO DO: at Coachella cont. from the series Musings from a Coachella “First-timer Over Forty”

10 things TO DO: at Coachella cont. from the series Musings from a Coachella “First-timer Over Forty”

10 things TO DO: at Coachella cont. from the series Musings from a Coachella “First-timer Over Forty”

 by Michelle Roe Check out some new music (at least new to this first timer): You’ll be introduced to some wonderful finds: Azalea Banks and Interpol dropped a great beat. Food: Hawaiian Sliders at “Me So Hungry” and wine tasting with Willis at Cupcake Vineyards tasting truck Unbelievable:  The Yuma Tent after dark...euphoric.
Yuma Tent after dark...euphoric. by Christopher Wayne Allwine/CoachellaValley.com

Yuma Tent after dark...euphoric. by Christopher Wayne Allwine/CoachellaValley.com

Relax and Recharge: at the JPL tent with a massage Techno: Experience the musical laser solar powered experience at NRG Afternoon Delight: Chill under the misters and dance at the Do Lab
Chill under the misters and dance at the Do Lab By Christopher Wayne Allwine/CoachellaValley.com

Chill under the misters and dance at the Do Lab By Christopher Wayne Allwine/CoachellaValley.com

Tip: Bring “Action Wipes” . They are “grown-up” wet wipes with a lavender/eucalyptus smell to cool off, freshen up and get the dust off.  Attention campers- you need these! Need a pick me up:  The Sephora facial lounge and complimentary beauty bar is a perk.
Sephora facial lounge by Christopher Wayne Allwine/CoachellaValley.com

Sephora facial lounge by Christopher Wayne Allwine/CoachellaValley.com

Worth every penny:  A pedicab to your parking lot with “Ryan” in your tricked out ride.  It glows while Ryan blasts “We are Family”. Stay after sunset: And then enjoy the most spectacular transformation as the desert light fades over the mountains.  The crowd surges, the headliners give performances of their lives, the sounds are crisper, the lighting mesmerizing, and the entire experience that is Coachella Festival, comes alive in a magical, electrifying composition that is a feast for the senses.  From the series Musings from a Coachella “First-timer Over Forty”

What’s It Like… (cont. series) Musings from a Coachella “First-timer Over Forty”

Stay after sunset

Stay after sunset

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