Coachella a Life Changing Experience
Going to the Coachella Art Festival was one of the best moments in my life. I made so many friends and have so many great memories that will last a life time. It was a last minute trip that I will never forget. The incredible music and intense amount of art culture and creativity made Coachella an unforgettable experience and should be seen by everyone at least once in their lives. Over the last few years I have heard so many of my friends and family talk about how much fun they have had at Coachella and how it’s something I have to experience. Now I had a good idea of what it was and it never really interested me at all; however, I remember hearing about last year being really good and had spectacular performers like Snoop Dog, Dr. Dre, Cee lo Green and Miss Lauryn Hill. These are artist that I really enjoy and would have loved to see last year. This year when all my co-workers started talking about it non-stop how they are planning their trip and that they had seventeen cars that were going up with them, I started second guessing myself and was actually wishing I was able to go. When I found out who was headlining and the other musical guest I decided that I wanted to go It was going to take a miracle for me to go because there was only a week before Coachella so I gave up on the idea and just figured I would go next year, but It just so happened that I hurt my knee playing basketball the Monday before the festival. My doctors said I couldn’t go back to work till next Monday; as a result, I called my friend at work and she gave me the bright Idea to go on craigslist and look to buy a last minute ticket to Coachella and that she would take care of everything else. For the next two days I searched frantically and bought my ticket Tuesday night at a shady Mc Donald’s in Ontario and paid face value for the ticket. It was official, I was going to Coachella. We left at two in the morning Thursday at and seventeen cars...
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