Coachella has not been having the best year. First, an owner was outed for supporting anti-LGBTQ groups. Then, Queen Bey had to pull out as a headliner. And now, hackers have gained access to the Coachella website and stolen a bunch of personal information.

Luckily, no financial information was taken. "We recently discovered that unauthorized third parties illegally gained access to the usernames, first and last names, shipping addresses, email addresses, phone numbers and dates of birth individuals provided to Coachella," an email to account holders stated. "We have confirmed that no user passwords were stolen."

They ask people to be cautious of emails that may be sent impersonating people from Coachella. "Please remember that Coachella will never solicit personal information or account information from you via email. Please exercise caution if you receive any emails or phone calls that ask for such information, or direct you to web sites where you are asked for personal or financial information. Festival ticketing purchase accounts were not affected by this incident, however festival attendees may want to consider changing any passwords that they have shared with others"