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Gallery: Scene at Coachella 2019

By Amy Dixon

April 21, 2019 11:25 p.m.

The second weekend of Coachella starts off hot, with temperatures rising to almost 100 degrees.

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The artist behind the paisleys, Sofia Enriquez, uses the motif because of its appearance in many cultures symbolizes the equality of all people.

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Childish Gambino headlined Friday night. At one point during his set, he jumped off stage and ran around in the crowd.

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Helium-filled balloons float hundreds of feet above the festival grounds, anchored by a handler who ensures they don't fly away.

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Fans line the barricade so they can be up close to the artist and have an unobstructed view.

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A nearly full moon rose through the sky the second day.

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The iconic astronaut from 2014 returned to the festival this year. ''Overview Effect'' roams the grounds as concertgoers take photos with it. A new feature enables festival attendees to become the astronaut by having their face and name displayed on the helmet and name tag, respectively.

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The ''Sarbalé Ke'' art installation offers festivalgoers refuge during the heat of the afternoon.

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At night the towers are illuminated, offering another place for people to gather and take photos.

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Flags waved during J Balvin's set, which was a tribute to Latin music.

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''Colossal Cacti'' features seven vibrant cacti sculptures created by UCLA assistant adjunct architecture professor Andrew Kovacs.

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''Spectra'' is a seven-story installation that sprirals visitors through different colors with every step.

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Shadows are elongated by the desert sunset and colored magenta by tinted windows.

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Spectators watch the sunset from the top level of ''Spectra,'' a 360-degree observatory deck.

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Attendees could buy a ticket to ride the Ferris wheel that offered a view of the entire valley and festival.

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Fans dance and sing to Khalid as he performs on stage.

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A worker cleans the windows in ''Spectra'' to keep them clear of smudges and fingerprints.

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Amy Dixon | Alumna
Dixon was the 2018-2019 Photo editor. She was previously a 2017-2018 assistant Photo editor.
Dixon was the 2018-2019 Photo editor. She was previously a 2017-2018 assistant Photo editor.
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