INDIO, Calif. - Advanced ticket sales and payment plan options for the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival 2015 will go on sale Friday at 10 a.m.
Officials with Goldenvoice said this is the only chance you have to take advantage of the payment plan. The advanced tickets will be available while supplies lasts.
General admission passes are $375 and VIP passes $799. Parking, camping and shuttle passes will also be sold, according to festival organizers.
The first weekend of the 2015 festival takes place April 10-12. The second weekend is April 17-19.
If you wish to set up a payment plan, a 20% down payment is required and you'll have to make six monthly payments through December.
The following is an example of the money breakdown for one General Admission ticket of $375 under the payment plan:
|20% down payment = $75|
|First week of July = $52.50|
|First week of August = $52.50|
|First week of September = $48.75|
|First week of October = $48.75|
|First week of November = $48.75|
|First week of December =$48.75|
If you don't want to set up a payment plan you may purchase in full. You're required to create a Front Gate Ticket purchase account and be logged in when buying your pass.
If you fail to make one of your payments, you have a ten day grace period each month to make sure you account is paid in full. If you default on even one of your payments, your order will be canceled and you will lose your deposit and all payments made prior to the cancellation.
Headliners and other performers haven't been announced yet. The headliners for the 2014 festival weren't made public until January.Photos from previous Coachella Music & Arts Festival
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