Music is in the air as the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is back!

Tickets for the popular music festival reportedly were wiped out in a matter of 15 minutes as enthusiastic fans purchased their passes for the first weekend, where Mexican Tribal-Guarachero/ Latin House group will be headlining.  

Going on its ninth year, Coachella is an annual celebration of music featuring music of multiple genres such as, hip hop, rock, indie and electronic music. The festival also displays sculptural art and up and coming artists.

According to the L.A. Times many experienced technical difficulties along with long waiting periods and site crashes when attempting to get tickets for the weekend of April 12. Luckily, there appears to be tickets left for the second weekend of April 19. Both shows will take place in Indo, Calif.

Last year, as Fox News Latino reported, Mexican telenovela actress-turned-singer Ximena Sariñana headlined the awaited music event.

Others who joined Sariñana at Coachella included Mexican bands Hello Seahorse! and Le Butcherettes.

3BallMTY just recently took over Las Vegas during the annual Latin Grammy awards ceremony and even took home the accolade for best new artist, and rocked the stage with LMFAO’s Sky Blu.

“I know I cried,” said one of the members of 3BallMTY. “But, this means a lot to us.”

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