Goldenvoice, the company behind Panorama and Coachella, have announced yet another festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, CA with only six artists on the lineup.

The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Neil Young, Roger Waters, and the Who are all playing what's being called "Oldchella," but is officially known as Desert Trip, going down from October 7th to 9th. 

The lineup isn't the only eye-popping thing about this announcement. No surprise, face-value tickets are going for insane prices. 

A single-day pass will run you $199, and 3-day general admission costs $399-- but it gets kind of crazy from there.

Reserved floor spots go start at $699 and reserved grandstand seats cost a whopping $999. 

If you want to soak in the show from the pit, arguably the best place to see any show, get ready to fork over $1,599.

So if you have $1,600 for a reserved place to stand near the stage to see many of most iconic surviving classic (dad-)rockstars, whose average age is a little over 70 years, than rock on-- you're probably someone's dad too. 


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[via Paste Magazine] [Feature Image Courtesy Instagram]