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No single day tickets for Coachella 2010

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If you want to go to Coachella 2010, be prepared to attend all three days… or two for the price of three… or one for the price of three. As confirmed by festival founder Paul Tollett in an interview with the Los Angeles Times’ Pop & Hiss, the festival will not offer single day tickets for the 2010 edition.

“I understand that every time you make a change it’s great for some people, and it’s not great for others,” Tollett said. “The other festivals around the world that have camping, you can buy only the pass. You don’t buy the single day—Bonnaroo, Glastonbury, any of the super great ones.” So, there.

According to Pop & Hiss, the move will help “the experience for three-day pass buyers.” (Note the decreased camping prices and new in-and-out privileges as examples.) Still interested? You can pick up your ticket, available in three-day and VIP varieties, via Ticketmaster.com.

The festival takes place from April 16-18, 2010. Lots of bands are playing.

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