Revolve, Rachel Zoe, Neon Carnival, ‘The Flight Attendant’ & More of Coachella 2022’s Big Parties

Two consecutive weekends of music, fashion and revelry make the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival one of the most celebrated pop culture events around.

In addition to the music acts like Harry Styles, Billie Eilish, Doja Cat, The Weeknd and Megan Thee Stallion hitting the stage in Indio, Calif., running April 15-17 followed by a final lap on April 23-25, plenty of brands will be holding events of their own throughout the surrounding Palm Springs area. Expect boldface name guests, entertainment, products and must-see looks.

Below, a schedule of the festivities.

StockX Divots in the Desert 

April 14: StockX will throw its debut Divots in the Desert golf invitational event with Malbon, celebrating groundbreaking golf, music and fashion creatives. The event will include glow-in-the-dark golf on-site and new DropX releases from Quiet Golf, Whim Golf, Malbon, Students Golf, Bogey Boys and more. 

Nylon House 

April 15: Debuting in the desert after an Art Basel introduction, Nylon House will throw an after-hours dance party with by limited-edition cover star Anitta. Hosted with MCM, E.l.f. Cosmetics, Soulboost and Unmuddled, the event will also feature starry guests like Sabrina Carpenter and Jabari Banks, as well as musical performances from The Future X, DeRoos, Layla Benitez and Peggy Gou. 


April 15: Rachel Zoe’s ZOEasis will return for its sixth party at a private estate, featuring a star-studded guest list that includes Keke Palmer, Olivia Culpo and Nicole Scherzinger. The glamorous occasion will include a makeup bar, photo studio, art installations and more — plus performances by Amrit and Chloe Caillet. 

Galore’s Rebel Ranch 

April 15: Tyga will host Ontwrk and magazine Galore’s Rebel Ranch event, thrown at Galore Ranch in Palm Springs. The event will also include live musical performances — though who will perform is currently a surprise. Footlocker is among the sponsors.  

American Express Lounge 

April 15-30: Billie Eilish and Conan Gray have teamed up with American Express for its debut Amex Artist Shop. During April 15-30, Coachella guests can visit the American Express Lounge to pick up the drop’s sustainable black hoodie and pink embroidered sweatshirt, Respectively retailing for $100 and $70. 

Interscope’s Coachella Party 

April 16: Interscope will host a private Coachella party in Palm Springs. The sixth annual event, catered by Turkey and the Wolf’s Mason Hereford and Tattooed Chef, will celebrate Interscope artists Billie Eilish, Carly Rae Jepsen, Ari Lennox, Stromae and more. 

Rolling Stone 

April 16: Rolling Stone will bring its Rolling Stone Live pool party back to Palm Springs, celebrating its inaugural Creators Issue. The ARRIVE Palm Springs-hosted event will feature special performances by Carwash, Grace Mckagan, Griffin, BLXST and James Hype as well. 

Neon Carnival 

April 16: The 11th annual Neon Carnival afterparty will return to Coachella at Desert International Horse Park in partnership with Levi’s and Tequila Don Julio, featuring carnival games, amusement park rides and DJ sets. The event will also include a metaverse-set party hosted by none other than Paris Hilton through “Paris World” on Roblox. 

Revolve Festival 

April 16-17: Revolve’s namesake Revolve Festival returns to California to host 2,000 guests in a musical celebration, in partnership with Hawkers, Venmo, Good American, 818 Tequila and Pley Beauty, among others. Co-launched with h.Wood Group, the event will also include performances by Ty Dolla $ign, Jack Harlow, Bia and Iann Dior, plus a special guest appearance by Willow. 

HBO Max The Flight Attendant Preflight Lounge  

April 16-17: HBO Max will make its Coachella debut with a private wellness treatment experience at the Ace Hotel & Swim Club. Inspired by the second season of its hit show “The Flight Attendant,” the occasion will include treatments by Loops Beauty, Sameday Health, Brentwood Home and The Remedy Place. 

Tao Desert Nights Presented by Gala Music
April 15: As the leaders of an industry-wide paradigm shift, Gala Music is using rewards, NFTs, and Web3 interoperability to build a decentralized world of music that uplifts artists, fans, and collectors like never before. For Tao Desert Nights, Gala is bringing some of the biggest names in music together for an unforgettable night of dancing on a one-of-a-kind NFT dance floor. The experience will combine the art of LED technology with cutting-edge graphics and incredible music. Casamigos and PrettyLittleThing are among the sponsors.

Tao Desert Daze With Galore Magazine
April 16: For the first time, Tao Group Hospitality will bring its nighttime experience to the day. Tao Desert Daze will be the ultimate pre-festival event in collaboration with Galore Magazine and a soundtrack provided by Chase B and special live performances. Centered around the property’s freshwater lake, guests will enjoy an array of water activations and poolside performances. Casamigos and PrettyLittleThing are among the sponsors.

Tao Desert Nights Presented by Jeeter
April 16: For night two, Jeeter, the #1 cannabis pre-roll brand, is curating some over-the-top moments in line with its dedication to experience and high vibes, including an extravagant aerial presentation that guests will not want to miss. World-class DJ performances and many more surprises will make for an unforgettable night. Casamigos and PrettyLittleThing are among the sponsors.

Tao Beach
April 17: Along with the return of Tao Desert Nights, the group will be creating a tropical oasis inspired by their popular day club Tao Beach located in The Venetian Resort Las Vegas. The signature Balinese elements of Tao Beach will be incorporated into the desert landscape. The culinary team from Tao Beach will be onsite to provide elevated food offerings inspired by the Las Vegas menu. Casamigos and PrettyLittleThing are among the sponsors.

ThredUp’s Tunnel of Pre-Loved
April 19-April 24: To coincide with Coachella and celebrate Earth Day ThredUp has created “The Tunnel of Pre-Loved” — an art installation made up of over 1,000 lbs of used clothes. Located in the middle of Santa Monica Place, a major shopping center in Los Angeles, shoppers can gain access by committing to swapping one new purchase. In addition, the brand is also staging a concert at the mall with indie artist Laufey. Following the event, each item of clothing used in the installation will be repurposed and upcycled into a shoppable collection to be sold on ThredUp.

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