Even though the current year’s Coachella celebration has been pushed back to October because of the COVID-19 pandemic, a narrative about the historical backdrop of the cherished yearly custom will in any case turn out on the day the fest was to commence, April 10.
Coachella: 20 Years in the Desert opens with a voiceover from Billie Eilish saying, “Everyone comprehends what Coachella is,” over film of her featuring set a year ago. “Regardless of whether you couldn’t care less about music you know.” The three-and-a-half moment secret at that point carries between bits of Jimmy Kimmel, Family Guy and Pres. Obama dropping notices of the fest before a speedy montage of exhibitions from Travis Scott, Madonna, Paul McCartney, Radiohead and Beyoncé squashing it.
There is, obviously, a film of the unbelievable Tupac multi-dimensional image that knocked socks off in 2012, Lollapalooza prime supporter Perry Farrell singing the gestures of recognition of expecting to get it to spot on at Coachella, just as Post Malone hitting the phase alongside critical sets from Drake, Guns N’ Roses, AC/DC, Daft Punk, Childish Gambino and Moby, who thinks back about playing the first in 1999.