Coachella Drops All COVID-Related Restrictions, Will Not Require Negative Tests or Masks

Coachella and the Stagecoach music festival announced Tuesday that the festivals have completely waived all COVID-related restrictions. This is the need to be vaccinated, provide negative tests or wear a mask, which is included in the restrictions left. Coachella has not made an official announcement on any of its social media pages, but Stagecoach announced the rule change on Twitter in accordance with local guidelines.

Festival Admission Update: As we prepare to spend an incredible weekend together in the desert, we announce that stagecoach 2022 will not have vaccination, testing or masking requirements in accordance with local guidelines.

It was pointed out by CBS News that Coachella updated its safety page with the new guidelines.

“In accordance with local guidelines, there will be no vaccination, testing or masking requirements at Coachella 2022,” the guidelines read. “However, the event shall be presented in accordance with applicable public health conditions as of the date of the event and which may change at any time as determined by federal, state or local government agencies or instrumentalities, artists or the promoter; such requirements may include, without limitation, changes to capacity, attendance procedures and entry requirements, such as proof of vaccination and/or negative COVID-19 test, and other protective measures such as requiring attendees to wear face coverings.”

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Whos at Coachella?


  • Lil Baby,
  • Megan Thee Stallion,
  • 21 Savage,
  • Louis the Child,
  • Phoebe Bridgers,
  • Flume,
  • Run the Jewels,
  • Japanese Breakfast,
  • DJ Koze.

And Many More.

Kanye West Won’t Play Coachella Unless Billie Eilish Apologizes

Kanye West may not be going west this April. The 44-year-old rapper, who recently applied to be called Ye, refuses to perform at Coachella unless fellow headliner Billie Eilish, 20, apologizes for comments she made about security during a February 5 concert at Atlanta’s State Farm Arena.

West took to Instagram to posted his complaints against the Grammy winner, who stopped performing on the second night of his “Happier Than Ever” world tour, finding inhaler for a troubled fan in the audience.

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