We've been to a lot of music festivals and we love them, but Coachella is different. It's the largest festival in the US, it's in the middle of the desert, and it's always good for a wild ride! Sit back and enjoy our photo recap of weekend 2 from Coachella 2015.
And the madness begins...probably the best people watching you will see anywhere!
The worlds largest catepillar? Trippy art and statues everywhere you looked.
Captain America was hyped!
Found a Transformer, he was pretty chill.
Checked out Ride on the Gobi Stage. Good stuff!
With over 500,000 people in attendance over the 2 weekends, there wasn't a small crowd anywhere.
Behind the scenes. Where the artists hang out before and after their sets.
Started Friday evening with some Steely Dan. So good!
Everything was lit up at night! Everything.
Checked out Flying Lotus closing out the Mojave Stage, interesting to say the least...
Stopped to admire the fancy lamps on our way to the beer garden before AC/DC.
Some horny AC/DC fans.
AC/DC still killing it after all these years. So good to finally see them live! Thunderstuck!
Started Saturday off in a rave tent. Only at Coachella...
Punk legends Bad Religion ripping it on the main stage.
Knobs and cables. The devices that make it all work so you can see and hear your favorite bands.
Took a ride on the biggest portable Ferris Wheel and it was incredible! Coachella from 150 feet.
Coachella camping. Endless cars and tents. We can only imagine what went down over there at night...
Caught Hozier playing to a massive crowd just before the sun set for the night.
Just got into Run The Jewels. They brought out Travis Barker for a few songs and the crowd went off! Check them out for sure.
Saturday night's lineup was back to back. Started off watching Tyler The Creator get wild on the Outdoor Stage.
Had to pay our friend The Gaslamp Killer a visit. He played with a full orchestra and it was awesome!
A personal favorite: Tycho. The chillest music, we got close and loved every minute.
Jack White was amazing! Straight up rock and roll at it's finest.
The Weeknd closed out the main stage, going on just before midnight. Been a fan of this guy for some time, great to finally see him live.
Only a guest or artist pass can get you back here, headed back to main stage on Sunday afternoon to check out Circa Survive.
Anthony Green of Circa Survive getting the crowd going.
Drake literally brought a jungle for his stage props.
8 of this year's limited Coachella posters in the boutique. Of course they were sold out. Also...Coachella pajamas?
Pretty awesome to see a record store on site! This was the place to be, air conditioning, shade and endless vinyl.
Rad Artist & Guest Lounge right on a lake. Took it easy on Sunday and cooled it here for a while.
What a great experience! There is nothing quite like Coachella. We had a blast and hope you enjoyed the vicarious tour. See you next year!