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Full Coachella line-up announced

Reformed LCD Soundsystem and Calvin Harris head up a stunning bill

2016 Jan 05     
2 Bit Thugs

There's something for all musical tastes over the course of two weekends in April

Following the announcement just before New Year that LCD Soundsystem are reforming to play this year's Coachella festival, the full line-up for the festival, which takes place in Indio, California on 15-17 and 22-24 April, has now been announced.


Friday 15 and Friday 22 April will see appearances by the aforeseaid LCD Soundsystem, as well as Jack U, M83, Underworld, St Germain, 2manydjs, Marco Carola, Black Coffee, Nic Fanciulli, Skepta and DJ EZ - not to mention a host of rock, pop and indie talent including The Kills, Foals, Ellie Goulding, Health, Savages and Sufjan Stevens and many more.


On Saturday 16 and Saturday 23 April, visitors to the festival - now in its 17th year - can expect to be entertained by, among others, Ice Cube, Disclosure, Zedd, A$AP Rocky, Run The Jewels, Justin Martin, AlunaGeorge, Matthew Dear, Nina Kraviz, Amine Edge & Dance and The Black Madonna, as well as Guns N' Roses, CHVRCHES, James Bay, Courtney Barnett and Silversun Pickups.


Finally, the two Sundays (17 and 24) will play host to Calvin Harris, Major Lazer, Maceo Plex, Adam Beyer, Crystal Fighters, Young Fathers, Hudson Mohawke and Soul Clap, as well as Sia, Beach House, The 1975, Rancid and Cold War Kids.


That's quite an impressive line-up, we're sure you'll agree. Mind you, with tickets starting at $399, with hefty surcharges for camping and parking, it kinda needs to be! Tickets go on sale tomorrow (6 January) at 11am PST, which is 7pm in the UK.


For the full line-up, more information and to buy tickets, see the Coachella website.


 

 

 

 

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