Court filings in the legal battle between Coachella and the promoters of Oregon's Soul’D Out Festival share new details of the controversial radius clause which dictates where artists can perform both before and after the massive Southern California fest; and they are significantly more restrictive than previously reported.
The full text of the Coachella radius clause -
Artist shall not perform:
a) On any North American Festival from December 15, 2017 until May 1, 2018.
b) (Any show) In Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Santa Barbara, Ventura or San
from December 15, 2017 until May 1, 2018.
Artist shall not advertise, publicize or leak*:
a) Any performance in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Santa
Barbara, Ventura or San Diego Counties from the date of this offer until May 7,
b) Any Festival** or Themed Event*** in the states of California, Nevada, Oregon,
Washington or Arizona from December 15, 2017 until May 7, 2018
c) Any Festival** or Themed Event*** in the US (not included in B above) until after
the Coachella announcement (this does not apply to SXSW in Austin, Ultra in
Miami or Jazzfest)
d) Any tour dates in the states of California, Arizona, Washington and Oregon until
January 10, 2018 or when festival is announced, whichever is sooner
e) Casino dates in Las Vegas are approved, festivals are prohibited
*This includes record company, promoter, ticket company, artist website, social media
or internet releases
**Festival is defined as any engagement with 4 or more artists
***Themed Event is defined as a titled, sponsored or promotional show with 3 or more
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