One of the biggest music festivals in the United States is set to welcome two of the biggest stars in American music. Coachella, the two weekend Californian summer festival, which started in 1999, will take place in the Indio Valley near Palm Springs and the announced line up will be headlined by Beyoncé and Eminem.
Beyoncé will headline on April 14 and 21, her first live performance after 2016, as she took a year off in 2017 for giving birth to her twins Rumi and Sir and there is ceratinly speculation in the air about her new release. Eminem will perform on April 15 and 22, in the light of success of his comeback album “Revival,” which has been No 1 on the charts in both in the US and the UK. The other headliner is The Weeknd, performing on April 13 and 20, who has made a sensation with his 2016 album “Star Boy.”
The festival will also feature big names like Cardi B, Migos and Post Malone as rappers, along with buzz bands Portugal. The Man, Haim and the The War on Drugs. There will also be electronic bands like Odesza, Kygo and Jamiroquai. David Byrne, Chic and Jean-Michel Jarre, who will also perform in the festival, will draw the traditional music lovers to this popular music festival, as reported by The Guardian.