If you’re yet to see the exceptional lineup for this year’s edition of the Californian Coachella Festival, we’re here to remind you just how good it is. With the list of acts featuring the likes of Rage Against The Machine, Lana Del Rey, Frank Ocean, Travis Scott, Run the Jewels, Calvin Harris, Disclosure, Lewis Capaldi, FKA Twigs and too many more to list, there is literally something for everyone at this year’s multi-genre, holiday experience.
In fact, Coachella is so good that weekend one passes are no longer available and weekend two passes are soon to follow.
If that wasn’t enough to convince you to attend one of the music industry’s hottest events of the calendar, we’ve tried our very best to list some of the must-see acts performing across two weekends amongst the rolling hills and valley of Empire Polo Club…
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Rage Against The Machine
Their first confirmed show of their much anticipated return, RATM are set to give their long-time committed fans as well as brand new converts a reunion to remember as Coachella will mark one of the politically charged-group’s first performances since 2011. Whether you’re a die hard fan that wants to stick it to the man, or a teenager full of angst, this set is going to be incomparable.
Run The Jewels
One of the most celebrated acts in hip hop, Killer Mike and El-P have an extensive discography ranging all the way back to their 2013 inception. Not only that but their back catalogue seems to be as eclectic as it is long, with one common denominator - it all goes pretty hard. Expect rapid beats that make it impossible to stay still, met with some of the coldest bars arounds.
There’s a new, masked cowboy in town and they’ve somehow made country music cool. The self-producing, worldwide touring nomad has been gaining critical acclaim wherever he lays his super cool, custom made cowboy hat. One of his next stops is the stunning Californian mountains as he’s set to give Coachella attendees a rootin’ tootin’ treat.
An odd spectacle to behold as The Chats rose to fame stemming from what basically became a meme from their laughable lyrics, but what’s more odd is that humour aside, people started to realise that these Aussie lads are actually quite good? The mullet-sporting bunch are bringing punk back in a big way with not only their hilariously themed songs, but the meaty riffs to go alongside them.
Championed as one of the most exhilarating bands to come out of the UK currently, IDLES live sets are certainly testament as to why. With post-punk style lyrics preaching of life’s injustices over some unbeatable guitar sounds, IDLES live appearances bridge the gap between a band and performance art. Don’t believe us? Catch them at Coachella delivering just that.
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