Classic rock stars hint at rumored music festival in new videos

By Ariana Bacle
May 02, 2016 at 01:51 PM EDT
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Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters, the Rolling Stones, and the Who all posted teasers Sunday announcing something happening in October — and although they don’t specify what is happening in October, that something could be a Coachella-inspired festival headlined by the legendary rock stars.

The Los Angeles Times previously reported that McCartney, Dylan, Waters, the Who, and the Stones would be performing at an Oct. 7-9 festival staged by Goldenvoice, the same company that puts on Coachella each April in Indio, California. “It will be [the musicians’] full stage productions, with full sets,” a source told the Times in April. 

The Who’s Roger Daltrey recently talked to Postmedia Network about the rumored fest, calling it a “fantastic idea.” “I think it’s us and Roger Waters,” he said. “It’s the greatest remains of our era. I’m glad we made it.”

Because Goldenvoice hasn’t made an official announcement about the festival, it is still nameless — but social media users have affectionately dubbed it “Oldchella.” See the teasers below.