musicThe famous American music festival Coachella is behind us, but it still gets a (expensive) tailgating. According to ‘TMZ’, the Goldenvoice organization will receive an expensive bill of at least $168,000 (€152,011), for non-compliance with the rules regarding nighttime noise.
For two weeks, music lovers in the desert – in Indio, California – were able to enjoy several performances by top artists at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. Although this release was again a huge success – with performances by Rosalía, Angel, Blink 182 and Bad Bunny, among others – the festival had a bitter taste for the organisation, Goldenvoice itself.
A representative told TMZ that the organization – in the festival’s second weekend – must pay a fine of around $51,000 (about €46,134.60) for curfew violations. On the night of Friday, April 21, the festivities reportedly lasted two minutes long, which resulted in a $20,000 fine. And on Sunday, April 23, the day of the festival ended fifteen minutes later than planned, adding another $31,000.
Although this seems like a very large amount, it is nothing compared to the first weekend of the festival. Then they were already fined $117,000 (€105,845) for groups that lasted into the wee hours. Total price for both weekends? 168 thousand dollars (152,011 euros).
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