Over the weekend of October 7-9 and October 14-16 on the grounds the Empire Polo Club in Indio, a once-in-a-lifetime concert christened Desert Trip will unite six legendary rock & roll acts for the first time ever on one stage. Bob Dylan will open for The Rolling Stones on Friday, Neil Young will open for Paul McCartney on Saturday, and The Who will open for Roger Waters on Sunday. Wow!
This once-in- a-lifetime concert will take place in Indio, California on October 7-9 and October 14-16 when six of the world’s most iconic and influential rock and roll artists come together for Desert Trip.
The three night concert kicks off Friday night, October 7 with The Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan and His Band, followed on Saturday night, October 8 by Paul McCartney and Neil Young + Promise of the Real, with the weekend coming to a close on Sunday night, October 9 with Roger Waters and The Who.
With performances starting after sunset, each artist will play a full set, serving up three incomparable nights of rock ‘n roll. Located at the home of the critically acclaimed Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival this is the only time and place to see this incredible lineup.
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