There is a secret disco bar at the festival. This is what it looks like
Inside a dark room with a bright dance floor, a classic KC and Sunshine Band tune fills the fresh air.
“Do a little dance, make some love, come down tonight.”
He performs at a secret Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival bar called Hush Hush, a disco-themed hangout reminiscent of New York’s Studio 54. Tucked away next to an undisclosed food stall, Hush Hush has disco balls, mirrors, and a long bar capable of serving multiple patrons.
While Coachella fans may be familiar with the festival’s secret VIP tiki bar, this is Hush Hush’s first appearance – and all you need is a general admission bracelet to enter.
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Festival-goers hoping to enter waited about 25 minutes on Saturday afternoon. Before being led into the bar, a man dressed in black escorted guests through a winding hallway with posters of famous 1970s artists, including Iggy Pop.
The bar is open from 1:00 p.m. to midnight and sells cocktails like “Penichillin”, “Sex On The Beach”, “Mezcal Sunrise” and “Blue Hawaiian”.
A New Year’s ball drop takes place at 9 p.m. every night, the man in black said.
If you are going to
What: Hush Hush, a secret Coachella-themed disco bar
Or: Undisclosed location
When: Open from 1 p.m. to midnight
Shane Newell covers the latest news and cities in the West Coachella Valley, Palm Springs, Cathedral City and Desert Hot Springs. He can be reached at [email protected], (760) 778-4649 or on Twitter at @journoshane.