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Coachella Set Times Announced!

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With three days to go until Coachella, set times have been released.

Now the fun begins of looking at the list up and down and left and right and obsessing over your route and which bands you are dying to see and then getting to Indio, throwing it all out the window and going with the flow.

The real struggle is when there are bands playing first or second and you know you're not going to make it to the Fairgrounds on time. Luckily, we live in LA and a plethora of these bands are around town in the weeks to come.

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Who are you most excited to see? And now that the set times have been released, what is going to be your biggest conflict?