Lana Del Rey, Tyler, the Creator, Doja Cat to Headline Coachella 2024

by NEW YORK DIGITAL NEWS


Lana Del Rey, Tyler, the Creator, and Doja Cat will headline Coachella this year, the festival announced on Tuesday, with the shows set to take place in Indio on the weekends of April 12 through 14 and April 19 to 21. No Doubt, which teased a reunion just before Coachella’s lineup dropped, is also listed on the festival lineup in a similar slot that in the past two years listed high profile acts Calvin Harris and Swedish House Mafia.

Prior to her upcoming headlining slot, Del Rey last played Coachella a decade ago in 2014 and was slated to play the 2020 edition before the pandemic canceled the festival. She appeared to tease a return to Coachella on her Instagram on Jan. 1, posting a picture from the 2014 performance alongside the audio for her song “Coachella — Woodstock in My Mind.”

Meanwhile, Tyler joined Kali Uchis on stage last year to perform their collaboration “See You Again” from his 2017 album, Flower Boy. He has performed at Coachella multiple times, as a guest artist as well as for his own sets with Odd Future and as a solo artist.

Doja Cat last performed at Coachella in 2022 for the festival’s first year back from Covid, where she played one of the standout sets of the entire weekend.

Gwen Stefani teased a No Doubt reunion earlier Tuesday in an Instagram post, with the band members convening on a video call saying they wanted to play a show.

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Beyond the top liners, Coachella is set to include major acts including Blur, Ice Spice, Lil Uzi Vert, Deftones, Bebe Rexha, Bleachers, Grimes, Jhené Aiko and Reneé Rapp.

Coachella’s lineup continues to take on more global acts as genres from around the world continue to take over the charts in the U.S. K-Pop group Ateez, who secured their first Number One album on the Billboard 200 last year, will perform at Coachella for the first time. Several heavy-hitters from the Latin music world are also playing, including J Balvin, Peso Pluma and Bizarrap, continuing a trend of Latin artists performing at the festival. In recent years, Mexican artists including Grupo Firme, Becky G, and Los Tucanes de Tijuana have taken slots on the main stage. Bad Bunny made history last year as the first Spanish-language artist to headline the festival.





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