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'Coachella' Is Completely EMPTY And Photos Of The Grounds Are Really, Really Sad

By Mike Walters

The 'Coachella Music Festival' is supposed to be about to explode with musicians, fans, and partiers from all over the globe, but instead, it is empty, and photos from the location are really sad.

Photographers made the journey to the Empire Polo Ground to capture shots of just how empty the place really is this weekend.

The photos are staggering...showing the entire field closed to the public and access to the area is completely shut down.

Normally, there would be thousands of people would be right here -- having the times of their lives.

Empire Polo Club Grounds Are A Ghost Town...


Of course, the concert was postponed due to the Coronavirus outbreak and was moved to sometime in October. That's of course if we are able to do it by that point in time.

Cameras also snapped the streets in the surrounding area, which are also a ghost town, after many of the golf courses in the vacation destination were also shut down.

According to reports, the economic hit the area takes after closing the festival down in close to $400 Million. Many of the surrounding businesses have been harshly affected by the cancelation.

Photos Of The Area Today Are Really Sad To See...


This year promised to bring out the biggest stars in music, including Travis Scott, Rage Against The Machine, and Frank Ocean.

Many artists have taken to Instagram to share some of their performances, but of course, it is nothing like the real thing.

Here's some good news...the people behind the festival just dropped a new documentary about the festival called "Coachella: 20 Years In The Desert," which gives fans a behind-the-scenes look at the most profitable festival in the world.

Oh Ya, and we are guessing their will be tons of dope music in it too!

'Coachella' Drops New Documentary About The Festival


As for those ticket holders who were about to make the trip out to the California desert...promoters are honoring the tickets and they will be valid for the show in October.

So, just hold on to them, and let's this will all be gone before the Fall. It should be noted, if country music is your thing...the 'Stagecoach' festival (held at the same place) has also been postponed to a future date.

Until next year! For now, flip on the documentary (at home) and get lit!!

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