Glenn Miller

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It's sweaty. It's dusty. It's dirty. And it's awesome.

Indio Welcomes World's Highest Grossing Music Festival

It's sweaty. It's dusty. It's dirty. And it's awesome.

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Last year, all 75,000 three-day passes for the  Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival  sold out in less than a week.

Coachella

Last year, all 75,000 three-day passes for the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival sold out in less than a week.

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