Chantel Jeffries opted for a colorful ensemble for Coachella’s second weekend, which kicked off on Friday.
The model, 29, donned a multi-colored knit sweater made up of green, purple, orange and blue thread.
She wore the cozy garment over a sheer neon green crop top which accentuated her toned tummy.
Vibrant: Chantel Jeffries opted for a colorful ensemble for Coachella’s second weekend, which kicked off on Friday
The California native wore distressed blue jeans and strolled the festival grounds in a pair of comfortable sneakers.
Her dark hair was parted in the middle and styled in waves.
Jeffries carried a small pale purple handbag in her right hand as she left the popular music festival in Indio, California.
Cozy: The model, 29, donned a multi-colored knit sweater made up of green, purple, orange and blue thread
Sexy touch: She wore the cozy garment over a sheer neon green crop top which accentuated her toned tummy
While most people only attend one of the two Coachella weekends, Jeffries decided to return after spending some time at last weekend’s Revolve Festival.
There she donned a form-fitting, orange and brown tie-dye minidress with matching opera gloves.
Jeffries struck a number of poses in the strapless number which she accessorized with a gold waist chain.
She also added a pair of beige high-top sneakers, and had her dark brown tresses styled straight and flowing a few inches past her shoulders with a center part.
Major: Jeffries was among the high-profile people to attend the Revolve Festival, which brings some of the biggest stars to Coachella’s most coveted party during the opening weekend
Bringing the heat: Wanting to showcase her fab figure, the DJ and influencer stepped out in a form-fitting, orange and brown tie-dye minidress with matching opera gloves
Busy day of music: Jeffries eventually made her way to day two of the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, which was being headlined by Billie Eilish
Coachella’s first weekend was full of huge moments including Billie Eilish becoming the youngest headliner in the festival’s 23-year-long history.
This year’s Coachella line-up featured a massive change earlier this month when it was announced that The Weeknd alongside Swedish House Mafia would be replacing Sunday night’s headliner Kanye West.
The Weeknd (born Abel Makkonen Tesfaye) and the house music group – consisting of Axwell, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso – have a working relationship, collaborating on hit song – Moth To A Flame. The two artists also have the same management team SALXCO.
Gazing at the stars: The complete festival line-up was updated earlier this month
Top man: It was announced earlier this month that The Weeknd (seen at the Super Bowl in February 2021) will fill Kanye West ‘s headliner spot at this year’s Coachella after the rapper decided to pull out just two weeks before the kick off
Last-minute: Organizers were scrambling to salvage the festival after West announced earlier this week that he’d no longer be performing; the hip hop legend is pictured at Coachella 2019
This was also Swedish House Mafia’s big return to the highly-popular music festival as they have not performed at the massive event since 2012, which was the year before they disbanded in 2013 at their absolute peak of popularity.
The Weeknd first hit the Coachella stage in 2012, and then three years later in 2015. He officially headlined the festival in 2018 with Beyonce and rapper Eminem.
Rapper West, 44, was set to co-headline the annual festival, but then earlier this month he announced he would no longer hit the stage, scrambling organizers to salvage the show and find a replacement.
Travis Scott was expected to be appearing with Kanye, who has officially changed his name to Ye.
Scott had been tapped to headline the festival in 2020 before it was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. He was then booked again for 2022 but organizers scrapped those plans after his Astroworld concert tragedy left 10 people dead and many more injured.
Star boy: It remains unclear whether the two Sunday headliners will perform together or if they will be switching off, given the short time frame they were added after Ye dropped out
Epic: This will also be Swedish House Mafia’s big return to the music festival, 10 years after their initial performance; they disbanded in 2013 at their absolute peak of popularity
It remains unclear exactly why Ye pulled out of the show so last minute. A source has claimed to Variety that West had not rehearsed or prepared for the appearance.
The hip hop legend’s last-minute drop out came months after he was banned from the Grammys for his ‘concerning online behavior’ and attacks against ex-wife Kim Kardashian and her new boyfriend Pete Davidson.
He also published several offensive posts to Instagram about this year’s Grammys host Trevor Noah, which prompted the social media platform to suspend his account for 24-hours for violating its terms of service.
Beyond the headliners, the show has a star-studded line-up that includes the likes of Doja Cat, Megan Thee Stallion, Lil Baby, Daniel Caesar, Phoebe Bridgers, Disclosure, Jamie XX, Run The Jewels, Big Sean, Karol G, Maggie Rogers, 21 Savage, and famed composer Danny Elfman.
No Travis, either: Travis Scott was said to be appearing with Kanye – who has changed his name to Ye – and will also no longer perform, the outlet reported. Scott had been tapped as the headline act for the festival 2020 before it was canceled due to COVID. He was then booked again for 2022 but organizers scrapped those plans after his Astroworld concert tragedy that left 10 people dead; Travis pictured in November 2021
‘Concerning’; West’s last-minute drop out came months after he was banned from the Grammys for his ‘concerning online behavior’ and attacks against ex-wife Kim Kardashian and her boyfriend Pete Davidson; the former couple are pictured in 2016
Back in January 2021 it was announced that the highly-popular music festival in Indio, California would be returning in Spring 2022 after two years of rescheduling due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
One of the world’s largest musical festivals, the concert has been held nearly every spring in the Coachella Valley in the Colorado desert since 1999.
After being pushed back due to the pandemic, the festival announced its long awaited return on New Year’s Day 2021 with a simple tweet that read: ‘See you in the desert’
‘See you in the desert’: Back in January 2021 it was announced that the highly-popular music festival in Indio, California would be returning in Spring 2022, after two years of rescheduling due to the COVID-19 pandemic
Party time: The festival (pictured in 2019) attracts over 250,000 attendees over two weekends to dance and rave to a wide variety of artist
When the coronavirus crisis hit the U.S. the festival rescheduled from April 2020 to October 2020, before being outright cancelled for the first time in 20 years that June.
The Coachella 2020 lineup featured Frank Ocean, Rage Against the Machine, and Travis Scott as headliners, with a full lineup including Lana Del Rey, Lil Uzi Vert, Thom Yorke, Run the Jewels, Danny Elfman, FKA twigs, DaBaby, 21 Savage, Caribou, Lil Nas X, and more.
The festival was then rescheduled for April 2021, before being canceled again in January after California’s public health officer ordered Coachella to scrap the event due to continued safety concerns over COVID-19.
The music festival attracts over 250,000 attendees over two weekends to dance, rave and rock out to a wide variety of artists.
Tough times: When the coronavirus pandemic hit the U.S., the festival rescheduled from April 2020 to October 2020, before being outright cancelled for the first time in 20 years that June