Wu Tang Clan, Violent Femmes, Lee Scratch Perry are also performing at Coachella
Since "Searching for Sugar Man," the resurrection of folk singer Rodriguez is as remarkable as his fall into obscurity
Goldenvoice and the city of Indio are working on a proposal that would bring musicians like the Black Keys and Radiohead to the city in...
As Coachella organizers ponder whether to stay in Indio, Calif., plans to launch the party at sea are announced
Popular Coachella Music & Arts Festival could stay put, after Indio, Calif. council member drops bid for $18 tax
Guest Blog: Apart from the entertainment value, the use of Tupac Shakur’s image at Coachella raises a complex issue about stars' right of publicity after...
The 24-year old Dutch DJ and producer is about to blow up in the United States like never before.
Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg invite their virtual friend back
Coachella kicks off Friday -- here are the artists, from the Black Keys to the Weeknd to Kendrick Lamar
Tickets go on sale Friday for the two-weekend music fest that will also include Snoop Dogg and Florence + the Machine
Fans can see interviews with the band and a livestream of a New York concert
After 2011's quick sellout and rampant counterfeiting, festival announces plans to stage entire 2012 festival twice, featuring the same acts each time
Bold-faced names entertained President Obama in Brentwood, while Tribeca attendees got into the party spirit on the opposite coast
You didn't even have to have a ticket to the Coachella music festival to see stars; plus a "Scream" bash with Marilyn Manson
Desert festival ends with extravagant Kayne West performance, while Clint Eastwood turns heads in the VIP tent
After showing up a bit for his Saturday-afternoon gig, the crooner sent music-festival organizers a little message for making him cut his set short
The Cute Beatle crashes a DJ set, Danny DeVito takes the stage, and Cee Lo Green shows up late and gets pulled offstage early
Forget the music -- how about the parties?
Tom Hanks auctions himself off for good cause and Gatorade gets Diddy on its side
Plus, picks from “Morning Becomes Eclectic” host Jason Bentley
Also on the bill: Jay-Z, Thom Yorke, MGMT and, maybe, Sly and the Family Stone