Coachella will once again return to the infamous Empire Polo Club for its 21st edition and the lineup is bigger than ever before.
The event will be held over two weekends, 10th to 12th April and 17th to 19th April, with billed attractions being the same for each day for both the weekends.
As many predicted, Rage Against The Machine, Frank Ocean and Travis Scott will be headlining the festival on Friday, Saturday and Sundays of both weekends respectively.
Many fans and attendees went frenzy over the headliners. Some even went on to thank the festival for a very diverse line up that represented many genres of music.
Amongst this diverse and explosive line up, Coachella showed its love and affection for electronic dance music artists yet again. Artists such as Fatboy Slim, Test pilot, Calvin Harris, Lane 8, Monolink, Tokimonsta, Chris Leibing, Paco Osuna and many more will be performing in this year’s Coachella festival.
This year’s Coachella will be the second time for Calvin Harris, with his debut performance being 2016 Edition of the festival.
Legendary DJ/Producer Fatboyslim will be performing for his third time in this stellar festival, with his previous performances being in 2014 and 2008 Editions respectively.
Deadmau5’s Techno moniker “Test pilot” will grace the stage this edition, making it his second time of playing the festival. This name turns out to be rather surprising, considering the fact that the Mau5 himself claimed that he and his close friend Tommy lee were banned from Coachella back in 2010.
Here is the full line up for the 21st edition of Coachella.
— Coachella (@coachella) January 3, 2020
Tickets for weekend one ran out, however, the presale for the second weekend starts on 6th January at 12pm PT. Attendees that are interested to purchase tickets must register on the official website.
For more information on the festival, make sure to stay tuned to the page.
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