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Coachella Valley’s Mega Concert Resident’s Day Just Announced!

Coachella Valley’s Mega Concert Resident’s Day Just Announced!

Goldenvoice Offers Local Neighbors Opportunity to Purchase Desert Trip passes!

Goldenvoice announced they are offering local valley residents the opportunity to purchase 3-day passes to this October’s Desert Trip. Residents may purchase a pair of passes with proof
of residency.

Passes will be available for purchase in person on Wednesday, October 5 th, 2016.

Resident sale location and times to be announced closer to October. 1000 3-day General Admission (GA) passes will be available while supplies last. 3-day General Admission (GA)
Passes are $435, all fees included.

There will be a 2 pass limit per resident, while supplies last. Wristband will be placed on the wrist of the resident purchaser and their guest by Desert Trip staff – guest must be present. Valley resident and their guest may only purchase resident passes for use. Proof of residency must be shown in the form of a California driver’s license or ID card. Passes are non-transferable. This offer extends to those residing in the Coachella Valley from Palm Springs to Mecca. Zip
codes include: 92201, 92202, 92203, 92210, 92211, 92230, 92234, 92236, 92240, 92241, 92253, 92254, 92255, 92258, 92260, 92261 – 92264, 92270, 92274, 92275, 92276, AND 92292

Please note, the first/best options at obtaining passes are through the public sale, beginning Monday, May 9
th at 10am PT. Stay tuned to DesertTrip.com for more information as it becomes available.

Coachella Valley's Mega Concert!

Coachella Valley’s Mega Concert!


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