Coachella 2024: Here’s How Music Fans Can Score Last-Minute Tickets Online & How Much They Cost

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Missing the desert? Coachella returns this weekend, and it’s not too late to score tickets without spending a small fortune.

Lana Del Rey, Tyler, the Creator and Doja Cat will headline the 2024 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, festival organizers announced in January.

The annual music festival in Indio, Calif., will take place over two weekends, beginning April 12-14 and commencing April 19-21.

Del Ray is slated to headline on April 12 and April 19. Tyler, the Creator will take the stage on Saturday, April 13 and April 20. Doja Cat will close out the festival on Sunday, April 14, and April 21.

The 2024 festival will also feature performances from No Doubt, Peso Pluma, Lil Uzi Vert, Ice Spice, Tinashe, Skepta, J Balvin, Jhené Aiko, Justice, Victoria Monét, Sabrina Carpenter, Coi Leray, Reneé Rapp, Bebe Rexha, Tems, Bizarrap, LE SSERAFIM, Deftones, ATEEZ, Everything Always, Peggy Gou, Young Miko,Blur, Sublime, Jungle, Dom Dolla, Bleachers, Grimes, Jon Batiste, Carin León, John Summit, DJ Snake, LUDMILLA and more.


Although passes for the first weekend sold out, passes for the second weekend are still available at Click here to find tickets for the second weekend (according to the website, you have a better chance of landing passes for the second weekend).

Passes are divided into three tiers and priced at $499-$599 for general admission and $1,269 for VIP. Camping passes start at $149.

For those who want more ticket options, a limited number of passes are still available on Vivid Seats and a few other ticket sites but they’re selling out fast. At Vivid Seats, three-day passes for weekend 2 are priced from $510 for general admission. VIP costs anywhere from $986 to more than $1,800.

Finding a place to stay can be tricky for Coachella, but you’ll have a better chance of finding affordable options if you book as early as possible. Not to worry if you’re booking last-minute though. You can search for hotels and other lodging options on sites like Airbnb, Vrbo, Expedia, Trip Advisor, and Travelocity.

After you get your tickets secured, check out our list of festival essentials to take on the road.

Latifah Muhammad