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Last week we gave you the scoop on how to travel to the desert-based festival in super-luxe style, and now we're sharing news about another at-your-fingertips tool that can help you sort out your Coachella plans.
If you've yet to find a spot to crash while you're party-hopping and jamming to the likes of Major Lazer, Grimes, and Beach House, travel app Overnight might just have a last-minute solution for you—because sleeping in your car is just not that cool. In addition to showing you spaces for rent near festival grounds, the company has just announced a camp-themed pop-up just a mile away from all the action.
For $500, you and your travelmate/s can share a four-night stay in a teepee tent with one or two queen beds, plus a cooler stocked with snacks and drinks. To create a community vibe, the site—designated for the pop-up's patrons only—will also host activities like jam-making, yoga, and music. Since availability will surely not last forever, download Overnight ASAP to score your spot.