88rising Coachella Weekend 2 Review: “We Have A Pretty Good Time”
88rising Coachella Weekend 2 Review: If you were one of the 86,000 people who attended Weekend 2 of 88rising Coachella, then you know it wasn’t easy to get tickets. In fact, it was so difficult that the organizers decided to give away every single ticket they had. And if that wasn’t incentive enough, the lineup this year was absolutely stacked with some of the biggest names in music. So if you were one of the lucky few to score a ticket, what did you think? Well let me tell you, it was definitely a pretty good time. From Chance The Rapper and Childish Gambino to SZA and Kali Uchis, there was something for everyone at this year’s event. Whether you were there to see your favorite artist or just have a good time, I can safely say that Weekend 2 was a success. So if you missed it, don’t worry; there are still plenty of other events waiting for you on the 88rising calendar.
Rising Coachella Weekend 2 Recap
So, what did we think of Coachella Weekend 2? We had a pretty good time! Here’s our recap of the event.
We woke up on Friday and got ready for the day. We started by grabbing some breakfast at a nearby restaurant before heading to the festival. We arrived just in time for the gates to open and began our exploration of the grounds. The weather was perfect, sunny with a light breeze. It was definitely cooler than it had been during Weekend 1, but that didn’t bother us too much.
Throughout the day, we saw a variety of music performers including Radiohead, System of a Down, SZA,DNCE, and many more. We even got to see Kendrick Lamar perform live! His set was amazing and he definitely put on a show – we would highly recommend going to see him if you get the chance. After his performance, we returned to our campsite for dinner and some rest before gearing up for Saturday night’s festivities.
Saturday started off with another beautiful morning – perfect weather for attending Coachella! We grabbed some breakfast at our campsite before getting ready and heading out to explore once again. There were so many great acts this year that it was hard to decide which ones to see – but in the end we decided on Childish Gambino, Deftones, Death Cab For Cutie, Chicano Batman (yes!), LCD Sound
Highlights from the Weekend
This past weekend was definitely a good time at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. Highlights from the festivities included performances by Chance the Rapper, Lorde, Muse, Radiohead, and LCD Soundsystem. In addition to all of the music, attendees enjoyed art installations and foodie experiences galore. The weather was perfect for kicking back and having a good time.
What to Expect at an 88rising Event
At an 88rising event, you can expect a high energy and stimulating atmosphere. The festival is known for its unique production values and cutting-edge DJ sets, as well as the intimate settings that allows attendees to connect with each other.
If you’re looking to have a good time, 88rising is definitely the event for you!
Who to Attending 88rising Coachella Weekend 2
This weekend is going to be a blast. For starters, we have the reunited OutKast. Granted, they aren’t as good as they used to be but still solid performers. Then there’s Arcade Fire who always put on an amazing show and Radiohead who never disappoints either. We’re also excited to see Diplo and Major Lazer in the same stage for the first time. And finally, Louis Tomlinson will make an appearance which is sure to get people dance floor-ready!
After three days of nonstop party and music, it’s safe to say that Coachella was a success. The weather was perfect, the stages were incredible, and the crowds were amped up all weekend long.
One thing that was consistent throughout the weekend was how much fun everyone seemed to be having. Whether it was dancing on the plains or sunbathing in the sand, everyone looked like they were having a great time. With such amazing sets from Chance The Rapper, Lorde, and Beyoncé among others, we can safely say that this year’s edition of Coachella was definitely one for the books.