Sorry, You Can't Bring Your Selfie Stick to Coachella, Other Music Fests

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It looks like that perfect selfie for the Gram will have to come from your hands only if you're rocking out at certain music festivals this spring and summer.

Coachella and Lollapalooza music festivals have both banned selfie sticks and other GoPro attachments, according to Refinery 29, with Coachella also banning "narcissists" too, while they were at it. The festival will be held April 10 to April 12 and from April 17 to 19 in Indio, Calif., and Lollapalooza will go down July 31 to Aug. 2 in Chicago.

Meanwhile, the Governor's Ball and Bonnaroo haven't specified rules for selfie sticks just yet, but NME also reported that U.K. music venues have prohibited selfie sticks as well.

Considering how packed those music festivals can be and there's not a ton of room to extend a selfie stick and snap some shots, the ban isn't necessarily a terrible thing. From what we've seen around the web, festivalgoers have supported the decision for the most part, with several poking fun and asking if it can be a federal ban. Still, we want to know...what do you think? Should Selfies be banned at music fests? Tell us in the comments!

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