With some of rock, hip-hop and EDM’s hardest-hitting acts scheduled on this year’s Coachella bill, it’s imminent that heads will be buzzing at the end of each day. Coachella is aware of the constant tinnitus fans experience year-after-year, and that’s why the beloved festival is teaming up with DUBS and Goldenvoice to include a pair of earbuds with every ticket purchased in 2015.
In years past, the Southern California-based festival gave fans a welcome box of goodies that included everything from parking passes to stickers, but the festival has well-being in mind this year with the addition of earbuds. Fans can enjoy their favorite acts knowing that their ears will be spared over the festival’s two weekends next month.
Fans will be paying top dollar for those earbuds, however, as Coachella tickets on the secondary market won’t be cheap. The festival’s first weekend, which will be held from April 10-12, sees its 3-day pass average at $1,223.55 on TicketIQ. 3-day passes to the festival’s second and final weekend from April 17-19 own a secondary average of $709.97.
AC/DC, Jack White and Drake are scheduled to headline this year’s Coachella Festival. Other performers set to take the stage include Tame Impala, The Weeknd, Florence + the Machine, Steely Dan, alt-J, David Guetta and Ryan Adams.