When Coachella announced earlier this week that the festival would be sailing on the high seas, naturally the social universe went into connipitions. Festie fans wentÂ ecstatic. Haters hated. And more than a few thought the whole cruise was a hoax. Here’s a sampling of some Twitter reactions.
â€” Zach Alvarez (@ZachLAlvarez) July 19, 2012
The problem with being surrounded by 100,000 hipsters on ecstasy is you can always just leave. The Coachella Cruise finally solved that.
â€” Alex Blagg (@alexblagg) July 18, 2012
We’re confused, if Coachella is on a cruise ship, how are you supposed to get your drugs inside?? bit.ly/O90r3E
â€” guestofaguest LA (@gofgLA) July 18, 2012
AND it coincides with the Mayan-foretold end of the world. Let’s DO THIS. #SSCoachella
â€” danielle (@daniellegee) July 19, 2012
â€” Princess Peach, â˜¯ (@templeshields) July 19, 2012
Considered spending Christmas aboardSS. Coachella – very first Coachella music fest CRUISE – then realized I knew none of the bands. #old
â€” Aly Walansky (@alywalansky) July 19, 2012
on the coachella cruise: is the brand literally jumping the shark?
â€” Josh Boss (@thisisjoshboss) July 19, 2012
The good news for those going on the Coachella cruise is that travelling two days before Christmas is always hassle-free.
â€” Todd Martens (@Toddmartens) July 19, 2012
Wait Coachella is really going to be on a cruise ship? I thought that was a joke. Where are they going to put the filth and port-o-potties?
â€” stella (@lobeline) July 19, 2012
I really want to go on the SS Coachella. Do you think they’d just let me sleep in James Murphy’s cabin? I think we should be best friends.
â€” Matt (@gamoid) July 18, 2012