It’s official. A once-in-a-lifetime concert featuring rock and roll legends will take place this fall in the Coachella Valley.

“Desert Trip” will take place in Indio on October 7-9, at the Empire Polo Club. This is the home of the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival and the Stagecoach Country Music Festival.

The three night concert kicks off with The Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan and His Band. Paul McCartney and Neil Young + Promise of the Real preside over night 2. The final night features Roger Waters and The Who. Goldenvoice, the promoters of the event, tell us that performances will start right sunset and each artist will play a full set. This is going to be a concert for the history books.

Reserved seats and general admission passes go on sale Monday, May 9th at 10am PT. A 3-day GA pass costs $399. You can shell out $699, $999 or $1599 for a reserved floor seat. Tickets in the grandstand are $999 and $1599. If you want to be up close for all of the action, spring for a standing pit ticket for $1599. Single day passes are also available for $199. All of the above prices do not include fees. There are a number of hotel packages, RV and tent camping options to choose from if you are making a trip to the desert for this epic weekend. If you get hungry while rocking out under the stars, don’t worry. The weekend will feature an all-star lineup of world renowned chefs and 40 of the best restaurants from Los Angeles to New York. Just like Coachella, this concert will also feature Outstanding in the Field. This is where you can enjoy a four-course dinner from the country’s best chef’s in the Rose Garden. You will also be treated to wine pairings from the world’s top winemakers. Alcohol will be served, and you will get your ID checked before getting a wristband. This is similar to how it is at Coachella. It seems that Goldenvoice is calling on it’s decades of festival experience to create this truly out-of-this world weekend for fans of rock and roll. You can find more information HERE

Be sure to tell you parents about this event, they might want to take you along! If you are planning on getting a hotel, book ASAP before rooms sell out and prices jump even higher!

-Jared