The Coachella Music & Arts Festival might not be going back to Indio, Cali in 2014. They are currently facing a new proposed 5 to 10 percent tax increase (which adds $18 per ticket).Goldenvoice president Paul Tollett told The Desert Sun that next year's festival, would be the last in Indio. “We think this tax is outrageous for all the things we've done with Indio,” Tollett said.Goldenvoice has presented the Coachella festivals since 1999. It has become one of the most popular and critically acclaimed music festivals in the world, attracting a paid attendance of 225,000 each of the past two years. Tickets for next year's festival are going on sale next week and is set for April 12-14 and April 19-21.
Basically, the city is trying to take Coachella's profits and if business doesn't get ironed out soon, Indo may see their last hologram on a Coachella stage next year.
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