Ariana Grande Has Been Revealed as a Headliner for Coachella 2019

Also performing are Childish Gambino, BLACKPINK and Solange.

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Following reports that Kanye West pulled out of his headline performance for Coachella 2019 amidst disagreements about the stage setup, the Californian music festival has revealed the full line-up for this year’s showcase. Ariana Grande, Childish Gambino and Tame Impala will be headline artists across the three main days of the event, according to a poster shared on the festival’s official Instagram account.

Other artists confirmed to perform include South Korean girl band BLACKPINK, Solange, Ella Mai, Khalid, Anderson .Paak, Billie Eilish and King Princess amongst a massive roster of others. Coachella 2019 is set to take place over two weekends, with the first dates falling from 12-14 April and the second set of programming on 19-21 April. Take a look at the lineup in the post below and find out more info about what’s on over at Coachella’s website – tickets go on sale at 11am PST on January 4.

 

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