Does Coachella have a curfew? The festival was fined $117,000 for not finishing on time

While Coachella may seem like an up-all-night party, the annual music festival has a strict curfew — which it broke three times already this year.

According to Pitchfork, Indio, Calif., fined the festival $117,000 for not wrapping up on time Friday, Saturday or Sunday of last weekend. Though the festival is contractually obligated to end each night by a certain time, performances reportedly went over by 20-25 minutes all three nights.

The festival, officially known as the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, doesn’t take place in the city of Coachella. Instead, it’s in Indio, a city in Southern California near Palm Springs, over two weekends, usually in April.

How much are tickets to Coachella?

With limited tickets available, the event often draws big-name celebs, including Vanessa Hudgens, Hailey Bieber, Kendall Jenner and Lindsay Lohan, according to W magazine. But aside from the celebrities, it tends to be an exclusive event for another reason: It’s super pricey to get in.

General admission costs between $549 and $649, whereas shuttle combo tickets are typically between $649 and $699, reports TIME. And if you’re a VIP? Prepare to throw down anywhere from $1,119 to $1,399.

Who is performing at Coachella?

This year, festival-goers flocked to Coachella to hear performers like Bad Bunny, BLACKPINK and Frank Ocean take to the stage. In fact, it was Frank Ocean’s performance on Sunday night that apparently went 25 minutes over and racked up some of that fine.

Calvin Harris was also there, along with the Gorillaz, Björk, Rosalía, Eric Prydz, Burna Boy, Kali Uchis, Porter Robinson, Blondie, Becky G, boygenius, Underworld and dozens of others.

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