Celebrities come to catch acts like Jimmy Cliff, Radiohead and Dr. Dre
Jarvis Cocker of Pulp
Southern California's Coachella Music and Arts Festival is expanding to two three-day weekends this year, and the first weekend got off to a soggy start, as uncharacteristic rainstorms threatened the site. However, the rain couldn't dampen the spirits of fest-goers, who grooved to the sounds of French act M83, reggae legend Jimmy Cliff (backed by Rancid's Tim Armstrong), Pulp and headliners The Black Keys.
Left: Jarvis Cocker leads the reunited Brit pop act Pulp through their old hits. They're also playing NYC and SF on this mini-tour. They haven't played the U.S. since 1998.