New music swinging its way into the summer introduced at Coachella


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People from all across the country come out to go to Coachella. Artists and bands play for two weekends in April, as well as art being displayed. The sculpture shown is called “Papilio Merraculous”.

If you have not seen on social media or noticed by every celebrity changing their hair color, then it could be a surprise that the Coachella music festival has arrived. The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is an annual music and arts festival held at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California.

The event ran from April 10-12 and April 17-19.

All kinds of celebrities come out to the event. Usher, Madonna, Drake, Kendall Jenner, Justin Bieber and many more came out to the occasion and to enjoy the art and music with their fans and friends.

Fans and celebrities alike all were there to see the dozens of artists and bands that came out to play.

“The 2015 Coachella Lineup includes, but is not limited, to AC/DC, alt-J, Interpol, Alesso, Nero, Jack White, the Weeknd, Ratatat, Hozier, Florence & the Machine, Drake, Kaskade, Ryan Adams, and David Guetta,” the Daily Finder said in one of their online articles.

An infamous part of this weekend was when Madonna performed and decided to go off show script and do the unexpected, which ended in an uncomfortable other artist.

“Drake looked less than impressed after Madonna gave the rapper a big kiss onstage at the Coachella — marking the festival’s most talked-about moment of the weekend. The 28-year-old Toronto star was seated onstage before Madonna, 56, came behind him, moved his chin back and planted a kiss on his lips. As the kiss broke, Drake held his mouth and appeared to be disgusted by the intimate encounter,” the Daily News said after releasing pictures of the situation that occurred onstage.

Another aspect of the festival was the art exhibited there. One of the more known pieces was called “Papilio Merraculous,” which portrayed a giant caterpillar!

“The Papilio Merraculous project is inspired by all the amazing ways nature handles change and transformation. The world is always adapting and growing in often mysterious ways,” the Coachella website wrote about the project.