Start packing your bags, music festival fans. Coachella just announced their full lineup for 2018 and it’s jam-packed with artists of all genres.
Coachella took to their official Twitter account on Tuesday (January 2) night to unveil which music acts would be playing the famed festival, which takes place every spring in Indio, California.
Among some of this year’s top acts is none other than Queen Bey herself. Beyoncé was slated to perform at Coachella 2017, but ended up having to back out due to her pregnancy.
We’re sure the Bey Hive will be happy to know they’ll have a second chance to see their Queen perform as part of the festival, although with so many big acts set to join her, we’re sure tickets will be hard to come by this year!
Other headliners joining Beyoncé at this year’s music and arts festival include The Weeknd, who will kick things off as Friday’s headliner, and Eminem, who is set to take the stage on Sunday.
This year’s lineup also features a slew of 2017’s breakout artists, including SZA, Vince Staples, Cardi B, and Kelela.
Other notable acts featured as part of this year’s lineup include Haim, St. Vincent, Miguel, alt-J, French Montana, the War on Drugs, Fleet Foxes, Post Malone, Jamiroquai, Kygo, Portugal the Man, Migos, Perfume Genius, Børns, and King Krule.
Check out this year’s full festival lineup below:
— Coachella (@coachella) January 3, 2018
The first week of Coachella is scheduled for April 13-15, with the second week set to take place April 20-22.
Tickets for the iconic music festival officially go on sale on Friday, January 5 at noon PST. Looking for more information? Head over to the official Coachella website to find out more!
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