Los Lobos in Spanish means “the wolves”, so when this East Los Angeles band formed in 1973 they reached into their cultural heritage for a meaningful name. Infusing popular music with their Latino heritage has been a staple for the group since their first hit song, “How will the wolf survive”. This musical style rocketed Los Lobos into supstardom when
The celebration at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival and Stagecoach Festival is not confined to the Empire Polo Grounds in Indio. There are plenty of chances to engage in the party. Here is a list of events with a disclaimer that there may be some that we missed. Also note, many events are restricted to adults, 21 and older.
Coachella’s smaller country cousin was born in 2007 and is now ranked the third most successful music festival in the U.S., with fans happily returning from Tennessee, Alabama, and Appalachia in RVs, choppers, and possibly on horseback year after year to see the tried-and-true headliners on the Mane stage. Where Coachella shuns sponsorship, Stagecoach embraces the might and tradition of
Jim Denevan founded his roving outdoor dining experience in 1999, offering farm-to-table eating at farms and vineyards. He brought the communal table experience to Coachella in 2014, set in the VIP area of the festival grounds, with meals prepared by nationally recognized chefs. Denevan says he “didn’t know how rewarding and cool it would be to do Coachella and it