You did it. You survived Coachella 2014. Here's a look back at the festival's most memorable moments and the most popular musicians there — according to our readers.
L.A. Times readers' top 10 Coachella picks (multiple bands on a line indicate ties):
Outkast's long-anticipated reunion drew mixed reviews, but the duo made major improvements to its production, set and demeanor in Round 2. Pharrell ended his Coachella debut in retreat after losing his voice to nasty desert elements, but he amped up his subsequent Saturday with heavy-hitters like Jay Z (whose wife
Arcade Fire grew more defiant, pranking festival goers by inviting
Coachella 2014 also gave way to many firsts. Punky, seventh-grade metal band Unlocking the Truth was by far the youngest band to play in the festival's history. More female artists got locked in to this year's lineup than ever before, though just 16 strong. Attendees with extra cash could now indulge in a four-course meal, or avoid traffic with an intimate airplane flight. The L.A. Times taped its first exclusive acoustic session featuring singer ZZ Ward.