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Coachella: Does that Tent Come with a Blowjob?

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Well, ain't we swank?

This year, in additional to their usual on-site campground, Coachella is offering fancy-shmancy "On Site Lodging." You still can't bring in your own beer, but at least they sell it there.

With On Site lodging, your tent (along with air beds, new sleeping bags and pillows) will already be set up for you. All you have to do is stumble over and collapse after a long, hot day in the pit.

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After the festival, Goldenvoice will be contributing the tents and bedding to the homeless, which is kind of cool of them.

Their super-rad Safari Tent goes for a hefty $4000, accomodating a maximum of 2 people. Seriously, $4,000? Even divided by four nights, it still comes out to 500 bucks a person per night. If you arrive Friday or leave Sunday, three nights comes out to - oh my God! It comes out to $666 dollars a night! Actually, the calculator said 666.666666666666, which kind of gave me the creeps.