Coachella Announces 2023 Lineup

Coachella has announced its upcoming 2023 festival lineup and it’s full of big names.

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Those include Bad Bunny, Blackpink, and Frank Ocean—all of whom are headliners—along with Bjork, Rosalia, Jai Paul, Pusha T, Kid Laroi, Latto, Flo Milli, Gorillaz, Wet Leg, Charli XCX and Weyes Blood. Not to mention Blondie and the Breeders.

The 22nd installment of the fest will take place at its regular abode on the Empire Polo Club grounds in Indio, California, on the weekends of April 14-16 and April 21-23. This year’s festival lineup marks the most inclusive Coachella as Bad Bunny becomes the first Latin headliner while Blackpink is the first K-pop act to headline the event. It also marks the first year where the headliners are all POC (people of color). Ocean was initially scheduled to perform in 2020, but the festival was postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Calvin Harris, the Chemical Brothers, Becky G, Burna Boy, Metro Boomin, FKJ, SG Lewis, Muna, GloRilla, 070 Shake, Rae Sremmurd, Yungblud and Boygenius (featuring Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus and Julien Baker) also are scheduled to appear.

The full lineup via the festival’s Instagram account is below. Presale for Coachella begins on Friday, January 13 at 11 a.m. PT. According to the festival’s social media, limited passes remain for the festival’s first weekend.

In addition, YouTube is set to be the exclusive livestream partner for both Coachella weekends on the festival’s official YouTube channel.

In 2022, the festival was headlined by Harry Styles, Billie Eilish and a set from the Weeknd and Swedish House Mafia, which performed after Kanye West pulled out a day before the fest’s first weekend. Additional sets in 2022 included Doja Cat, Bridgers, and Megan Thee Stallion.

Coachella is known as North America’s largest festival and Variety reports that the fest has already sold out of its 125,000 per-day tickets.

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