The California festival will take place across two weekends in April
The world-famous festival, which is held in the grounds of the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California, will take place across two weekends in April, with the first weekend of the festival taking place on April 13-15. The second Coachella weekend will be held a week later, from April 20-22.
Coachella announced the full line-up for the 19th edition of the festival late last night (January 2), with the rumors about the trio of big headliners being confirmed by the announcement.
Elsewhere on the bill are high-profile slots for the likes of SZA, HAIM, Migos and Tyler, the Creator. Coachella will also welcome performances from the likes of St. Vincent, The War on Drugs, David Byrne, alt-J and ODESZA across its two weekends.
See the full Coachella 2018 line-up below.
While the advance sale for the 2018 festival concluded back in June 2017, the rest of the available tickets will go on sale on Friday (January 5) at 12pm PST (8pm GMT).
Full details on ticket details, trip planning, and the line-up can be found over on the Coachella 2018 website.
2017’s event was headlined by Radiohead, Kendrick Lamar, and Lady Gaga. Gaga replaced the originally announced headliner Beyoncé after the latter became pregnant with twins and said she would headline in 2018 instead.