For a privileged few, Coachella is not only about gyrating against your fellow molly-fueled, bralette-wearing music lovers. It’s about what happens after the EDM stops throbbing and you stumble back to your own tent. These are the campsites at Coachella, where the party never stops.
Coachella has always offered camping as part of the festival, but in recent years organizers have designed a premium camping experience—glamping experience, really—for those who aren’t really the roughing-it type. Packages may include “safari-styled tents” with cots, bedding, coolers, showers, and 24-hour concierge service.
The resulting mix of spacious lakeside yurts, hipster-friendly teepees, and what’s basically down-and-dirty tailgating in a parking lot proves that Coachella really does have something for everyone.