Celebrities including Vanessa Hudgens and Lea Michele paid thousands to attend Coachella festival

Fees for various celebrities revealed ahead of California festival

Celebrities including Lea Michele and Breaking Bad actor Aaron Paul reportedly earn tens of thousands of dollars from sponsors to attend California’s Coachella Festival.

Glee actress and solo singer Lea Michele will reportedly earn $20,000 (£11,900) from Lacoste to wear their clothes at the festival, which runs over two consecutive weekends in April.

Elsewhere, New York Daily News reports that actress Vanessa Hudgens is being paid $15,000 (£8,975) by food chain McDonald’s to attend the annual festival, but Aaron Paul (pictured right) is still seeking $15,000 and “at least 2 VIP passes” to turn up. Kate Bosworth’s fee is $30,000 (£17,950), double that of Paul’s, while Joe Jonas demands around $20,000. Coachella runs this coming weekend and April 18-20.

Coachella takes place across two weekends this spring – April 12-14 and April 19-21 – in Indio, California, with headliners Muse, Arcade Fire and the newly reunited Outkast. Also on the bill are Motorhead, Queens Of The Stone Age, Beck, Lana Del Rey, The Knife, Foster The People, Haim, Lorde and Disclosure will also play alongside Skrillex, Nas, Kid Cudi, ASAP Ferg and Chance The Rapper.