By Joyce Nugent Riverside County canceled the Coachella Music and Art Festival and its country music compliment, Stagecoach, due to a possible increase in COVID-19 cases this season. “I am concerned, as indications grow, that COVID-19 could worsen in the fall,” Dr. Cameron Kaiser, Riverside County Public Health officer, said in a statement June 10.
By Darrisha Daniel As the chimes of Coachella ring in the festival season, F.O.M.O. is bound to set in for many of us. Fear of missing out on the latest events leads many students to miss class time and overspend. For those who purchased tickets for coveted events such as Coachella far in advance, nothing
Music-goers flocked to Indio, Calif. over the weekend of April 15 to attend the first weekend of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.
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David Roman Advertising manager May 9, 2014 Extreme weather, harsh living conditions and impossibly skimpy clothes; The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is the Mecca college students around California absolutely have to make a pilgrimage to. However the problem that most college students run into, I know I sure did, is a strong and
David Roman | Asst. Inscape Editor Originally printed in Viewpoints April 11th Fresh off a cross country tour with fellow So-Cal band The Neighbourhood, Mickey Church of the White Arrows takes the time out to chat with me about the band’s debut album, their present projects including the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival and
By David Roman | Staff Writer In the midst of summer music festivals like Coachella, Stagecoach, Bonnaroo and many others, there is one that no RCC student should miss. The annual RCC Jazz Festival came to Riverside again on May 11. Combining big band and small group jazz performances, the festival hosted jazz bands and
David Roman | Staff Writer Intense heat, blaring music, and college students with lost inhibitions. Yes, the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival came and went again this year. Starting off the music filled weekend on the outdoor theater stage was, locals of southern California band and past Viewpoints featured artists, the White Arrows. The