Coachella Lineup Announcement

The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival has just revealed its much-anticipated lineup for 2024, and it’s undoubtedly set to be another unforgettable year. As one of the most prominent and popular music festivals worldwide, Coachella attracts thousands of music enthusiasts and artists from various genres, showcasing diverse musical talent and offering a unique experience to all who attend.

Why Coachella is One of the Biggest and Most Popular Music Festivals

Since its inception in 1999, Coachella has grown exponentially, both in terms of attendance and cultural impact. Held annually in Indio, California, the festival spans two weekends and features a multitude of stages, art installations, and culinary experiences. The massive lineup of artists and the festival’s commitment to providing a diverse array of talent ensure that there is something for everyone, whether you’re a fan of rock, pop, hip-hop, or electronic dance music.

The festival is also known for its unparalleled production quality, with state-of-the-art sound systems, breathtaking visuals, and immersive stage designs. The festival grounds, situated on the lush lawns of the Empire Polo Club, create a picturesque backdrop for a weekend of music and art appreciation.

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The 2023 Coachella Lineup

This year’s lineup boasts a collection of both legendary and up-and-coming artists, promising an incredible mix of musical talent. Headliners include Doja Cat, Tyler, The Creator and Lana Del Rey, with other notable acts such as Justice, Blur, Ice Spice, Bleachers, DJ Snake and more. A complete list of performers is listed below.

Friday Coachella Lineup (4/12 and 4/19)

  • Lana Del Rey
  • Peso Pluma
  • Lil Uzi Vert
  • Justice
  • Bizarrap
  • Deftones
  • Steve Angello
  • Ken Carson
  • Everything Always
  • Peggy Gou
  • Sabrina Carpenter
  • Anti Up
  • Skepta
  • Faye Webster
  • Tyla
  • Young Miko
  • Gorgon City
  • Tinashe
  • Yoasobi
  • Cloonee
  • L’Impératrice
  • Chappell Roan
  • Chlöe
  • Clown Core
  • Mall Grab
  • Suki Waterhouse
  • Lovejoy
  • Brittany Howard
  • the Japanese House
  • Black Country, New Road
  • Adriatique
  • the Beths
  • Kevin de Vries × Kölsch
  • Kokoroko
  • Eartheater
  • Narrow Head
  • Skin On Skin
  • Innellea
  • Miss Monique
  • Son Rompe Pera
  • late night drive home
  • Sid Sriram
  • Cimafunk
  • Keyspan
  • Ben Sterling
  • Upchuck

Saturday Coachella Lineup (4/13 and 4/20)

  • Tyler, The Creator
  • Ice Spice
  • Blur
  • Gesaffelstein
  • Sublime
  • Jungle
  • Dom Dolla
  • Bleachers
  • Grimes
  • Jon Batiste
  • Charlotte de Witte
  • Blxst
  • Purple Disco Machine
  • the Drums
  • ISOko & Knock2
  • Santa Fe Klan
  • the Red Pears
  • FLO
  • the Aquabats
  • Kevin Kaarl
  • Palace
  • Skream & Benga
  • Destroy Lonely
  • Orbital
  • Kevin Abstract
  • RAYE
  • the Blessed Madonna
  • Hatsune Miku
  • the Adicts
  • Patrick Mason
  • the Last Dinner Party
  • bar italia
  • Young Fathers
  • Kenya Grace
  • thuy
  • Oneohtrix Point Never
  • Reinier Zonneveld
  • Saint Levant
  • Mahmut Orhan
  • Ame x Marcel Dettmann
  • Brutalismus 3000
  • Maz
  • Depresión Sonora
  • Erika de Casier
  • Girl Utra
  • Will Clarke
  • Mandy, Indiana
  • Kimonos
  • Militarie Gun
  • Rebüke

Sunday Coachella Lineup (4/14 and 4/21)

  • Doja Cat
  • Jhené Aiko
  • J Balvin
  • Khruangbin
  • Carin León
  • Anyma
  • John Summit
  • Lil Yachty
  • DJ Snake
  • The Rose
  • AP Dhillon
  • Reneé Rapp
  • Bebe Rexha
  • Barry Can’t Swim
  • Coi Leray
  • NAV
  • Tems
  • Taking Back Sunday
  • Olivia Dean
  • Victoria Monét
  • Atarashii Gakkko!
  • Boy Harsher
  • Hermanos Gutiérrez
  • Folamour
  • Two Shell
  • Jockstrap
  • Carlita
  • Mdou Moctar
  • Eddie Zuko
  • Eli & Fur
  • Flight Facilities
  • DJ Seinfeld
  • Adam Ten x Mita Gami
  • YG Marley
  • Tita Lau
  • jjuujjun
  • Bb trickz
  • feeble little horse

Coachella Tips

Plan ahead: With so many acts to choose from, it’s essential to create a schedule before you arrive at the festival. This will help you make the most of your time and ensure that you don’t miss your favorite artists.

Stay hydrated: The desert heat can be intense, so make sure to drink plenty of water throughout the day to avoid dehydration. Free water refill stations are available throughout the festival grounds.

Dress for comfort: Coachella is known for its fashion-forward attendees, but it’s crucial to dress comfortably for a long day of dancing in the sun. Wear lightweight, breathable clothing, and don’t forget your sunscreen and a hat for added protection.

Explore beyond the music: Coachella’s art installations, interactive displays, and culinary offerings are just as impressive as the musical lineup. Be sure to set aside time to explore these unique aspects of the festival.

Use the buddy system: With thousands of people in attendance, it’s easy to get separated from your group. Designate a meeting spot in case you get lost, and keep your phone charged in case of emergencies.

The Coachella Music Festival continues to be a must-attend event for music lovers worldwide, and the 2023 lineup is no exception. With a diverse array of artists, stunning production, and unique experiences beyond the music, this year’s festival is shaping up to be yet another unforgettable weekend in the California desert. Don’t forget to follow our tips and tricks to make the most of your Coachella experience and soak in all the festival has to offer.

Coachella History

The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, often simply referred to as Coachella, is an annual music and arts festival held in Indio, California. Its origins can be traced back to a 1993 concert by Pearl Jam at the Empire Polo Club, which was chosen as a boycott against venues controlled by Ticketmaster. This event highlighted the venue’s potential for hosting large festivals.

The idea for Coachella was conceived by Paul Tollett and Rick Van Santen of Goldenvoice in 1999. They were inspired by the location’s suitability for a festival when they visited the Empire Polo Club during the Big Gig festival in 1998. However, they could not stage their inaugural festival until 1999, after securing approval from the Indio City Council and overcoming financial challenges, including increased insurance costs in the wake of the tumultuous Woodstock ’99 festival.

Coachella debuted in October 1999 with a two-day event. Despite attracting over 25,000 attendees, it initially struggled financially. The festival, known for its high-comfort experience, offered amenities like free water fountains, ample restrooms, and misting tents.

Over the years, Coachella has evolved significantly. It introduced camping options, added art installations, and began to showcase a blend of mainstream and alternative acts, becoming a trendsetter in the music industry. The festival has been a platform for artists to gain widespread recognition, with many iconic performances defining its history. Memorable moments include Prince’s set in 2008 and Beyoncé’s “Homecoming” performance in 2018. Beyond music, the festival has become a hotbed for artistic expression, featuring immersive art installations and experiences.

Coachella’s influence extends to the realms of fashion and style, inspiring trends in bohemian and festival-inspired fashion. It has also become a significant culinary destination, offering a diverse range of gastronomic delights. The festival’s reach is global, inspiring similar events worldwide and drawing celebrities and influencers, adding to its atmosphere of excitement and exclusivity.

The festival has also taken steps to promote sustainability and eco-conscious practices, reflecting a growing awareness of environmental issues. As it continues to evolve, Coachella remains a testament to the transformative power of music and art, a space where expression is unrestrained, and the human spirit dances freely under the desert sun.