Coachella: A Festival for The Senses

Nothing could prepare me for the 103 degree heat that slathered my skin as I got out of the air conditioned car to head into the Coachella Festival 2012.  But once my eyes feasted on my surroundings, the colorful people, the lights, the crazieness of it all… it was like an eye massage.  The heat soon dissipated to an afterthought.

Coachella truly is a festival for the senses.  You have good food, fashion, art and music all in one location.  A candy store of sorts for adults.  Even though Mazzy Star was the draw for me, everything else made the experience that much more spectacular.

Here’s a tiny photo recap of my time at Coachella:






 FYI: The Pizza was the BOMB!

Photos by Mando Lopez
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10 Responses to Coachella: A Festival for The Senses

  1. RubyDW says:

    How fun! I always love looking at the after math but the heat keeps me away every year lol I don’t do good in hot weather! The Flatbread pizzas look yum Ill take your word that it was Bomb! Glad you had an amazing time!

  2. Looks awesome! I will go someday…but I always remember that I can’t stand the hot weather.
    I’m so glad you had a great time!

  3. Cid says:

    WOW…looks like a fantastic time was had by everyone. I may have to check it out my self one of theses day. 😉

  4. javi lokes says:

    I’ll go to one of these Coachella one things one year 🙂 Till then, thanks for posting some neat photos! Btw, how was Tupac?!

  5. Wow, looks like a great time! By the way, I always love the photos you post. It makes all your blogs pop. Thanks for sharing.

  6. Silvia says:

    I would really love to find out more about the beautiful portable oven!! Is that where they made the pizza?

  7. Looks like so much fun! Love all the photos 🙂

  8. What a great pictorial, Nicole. I’ve wanted to go to Coachella since the very first one (you probably weren’t even born then 😉 Your photos made me want to clear my calendar for next year’s event. Thanks for sharing your experience!

  9. What a festival for the senses which your pics captured. Yum on every level!

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