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Are you excited for this years Coachella?

Weekend 1 of the festival is  coming up in less two days. We can't wait driving in to the desert and diving into it all. 

This year we are shooting with the amazing Davis Bates. Be sure to follow his Instagram @davis.bates and also @andreasingeman to get a feeling of the Coachella vibe. Davis' work is incredible, and he's got an eye for fashion details. 

Here is our guide to what's not to be missed the first day of this years Coachella: 

FRIDAY: 

3.20 PM @Sahara stage: We suggest you start off your Coachella 2017-experience dancing to the happy tunes from the french dj Kungs. This 20 year old boy from Toulon has been around the world the last year, spinning happy tunes like "This Girl". He will definitely get you in the right mood.

After, grab yourself a beer in one of the beer gardens and watch the ambience at the festival as the sun is low and lightening up the surrounding mountains in red colour. 

7.10 PM @Gobi stage: Banks is one of our favourites. Be sure to see her at the Gobi stage as the sun set.

8.50 PM @Coachella stage: Our personal favourite this friday is the English band the XX. They will be playing the main stage this year. Their electronic dremy rock sound will be perfect this night in the desert - slow dancing and cuddling as they play their song  "Angels". 

The band's third studio album, I See You, was released this january, and it is absolutely brilliant! 

Before hooking up with you friend for the night and heading back to your Palm Springs hotel for some late night party by the pool, or if you are lucky enough to get in to Neon Carnival, there is one more concert to end off your first day at Coachella. Radiohead is always good, but this year we suggest: 

10.05 PM @Sahara stage: the Empire of the Sun will play in one of the large tents this year, making their visuals even better. Be prepared for dramatic costumes, lights and lazers and the band giving their all playing songs like "Walking on a dream" and last years "High and low"
 
Enjoy!


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