But while they’re waiting, music fans across the country will have the chance to experience six years of festival highlights when the documentary film called – surprisingly enough – “Coachella” arrives in theatres January 24.

The film is filled with loads of performances artists including Arcade Fire, Björk, Bright Eyes, The Chemical Brothers, The Flaming Lips, Kool Keith, Morrissey, Oasis, The Pixies, The Polyphonic Spree, Radiohead, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The White Stripes, and many others. It also includes interviews with Coachella artists and fans.

The documentary makes its public premiere at the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles January 19.

Plans are also well under way for the 2006 installment of the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival – has it been five years already? – which will take place June 16-18 at the 700-acre farm outside Manchester, Tenn., it calls home.

Promoters Superfly Productions and A.C. Entertainment say they are adding new elements to the music lineup and activity features. “We work hard between festivals thinking of ways to ensure that each event is better then the one before it,” said Superfly’s Jonathan Mayers.

In order to improve the overall experience, they have decided to reduce capacity by 10,000 people in 2006, capping off ticket sales at 80,000 – the same size as the 2003 event.