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Bands rock Coachella fest: Day 1

Saturday, April 29

At the tender age of 7, Coachella has navigated its way through the crossroads with agility and grace. Festivals, a business that was dying when this alt-rock-oriented, desert get-together was rising, have expanded their focus this year, creating eclecticism with major names rather than up-and-comers.

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