Among the food stands, clothing shops, art pieces, record stores and other non-music things at this year's Coachella is a Post Office. Designed to look like its made of Lincoln Logs, it was set up so attendees could send postcards or ship merch the bought at the fest. But, with this year's Tax Day deadline pushed to today (April 18), there were actually people who tried to file their returns at Coachella. California's The Mercury News reports that at least 10 people tried and were turned down, as it's not actually a Federal Post Office:
"No, I can't 'just take it'," Hampton said. "How do they have their taxes here? I don't know."
It technically isn't a real post office, more of an intermediary between festivalgoers and the real local post office, but there are plenty of oddities that people try, and sometimes succeed, in mailing.
The woman who tried to drop off the pre-paid package she sold on eBay didn't make it. But the couple who sent out their wedding invites did.
"They wanted it to say Coachella," Hampton said of the wedding mailing."
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