Coachella’s 2013 Oasis water lineup is finally here: Lake Arrowhead, Colorado River, and Indio Wells head a truly incredible bill that also includes Mt. Shasta, the Pacific Ocean, and the Los Angeles Sewer System — yes, festival organizers managed to nab the storied Los Angeles Sewer System for a rare one-off appearance!
Other notables include rain water, mineral water, hot spring water, desalinated sea water, and filtered waste water for ”a special menu of classic desert island drinks.”
“The Oasis is the perfect place to cool off, taste premium H20 vintages, and soak up water news told firsthand by our brilliant bartenders/scientists on the festival grounds,” the festival’s website notes. “Festival goers will receive double shots of H2O at The Oasis by answering water trivia questions, impressing our bartenders/scientists with your water knowledge, or recycling at one of our TRASHed Recycling Store and 10-for-1 locations.”
Pricing and supplies will vary based on the “difficulty of filtration methods, amount of supply that exists on the planet, and accessibility of the resource.” The Oasis is produced by Global Inheritance, who are currently looking to build up their staff and accepting resumes here.
Coachella takes place over two sold-out weekends, April 12th-14th and 19th-21st, at Empire Polo Grounds in Indio, California.