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Joining the ‘Thank U, Next’ hitmaker as the headliners of the annual festival are Tame Impala and Chidish Gambino.
The full lineup for Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival 2019 has finally made its way out. Ariana Grande, Tame Impala and Childish Gambino (Donald Glover) are all confirmed to headline the annual event at Empire Polo Club in Indio, California in April. The announcement was made via the event’s official Twitter account on Wednesday, January 2.
Having been rumored to headline the annual fest months ago, Gambino will serve as the Friday headliner, performing on April 12 and 19. Meanwhile, Impala is set to entertain concertgoers who attend the event on Saturday, April 13 and 20. For those who plan to go on Sunday, April 14 and 21, you will be treated to a performance by Grande.
Grande will join a small list of women who have headlined Coachella in the past years. Lady GaGa previously became the first woman in decade to headline the festival, while Beyonce Knowles was the first black women to be the headliner. Grande herself has previously hit the stage at the festival before, joining Kygo onstage as a performer last year.
This year’s festival will not only feature big names from the Hollywood industry as South Korean groups BLACKPINK and Hyukoh are confirmed to be taking the stage too. The four-piece girl group will be joining Gambino on April 12 and 19, while the band will grace the stage on April 14 and 21. This will make BLACKPINK become the first female K-Pop group to headline Coachella.
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Other big names who will deliver their best performances at the festival include Janelle Monae, DJ Snake, J Balvin, Khalid, Kacey Musgraves, Juice WRLD and Ella Mai. General tickets will go on sale on Friday, January 4 at 11 A.M. PST at Coachella.com. General admission is $419, while the Festival Pass and Shuttle Combo is $509.
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