Beyonce, Eminem and the Weeknd to headline Coachella 2018

Gather your glitter and flared jeans people, because Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival has announced its mammoth 2018 line-up.

Beyoncé, Eminem and the Weeknd will all play the fest's top slots, supported by an incredible selection of artists.


Eminem is set to play the weekend's top slot. Source: Getty

The full line-up also includes SZA, David Byrne, Jamiroquai, Post Malone, Alt-J, War on Drugs, Daniel Caesar, King Krule, Kamasi Washington, Tyler, the Creator, Fleet Foxes, Angel Olsen, Migos, Cardi B, and oh so many more.


The festival will run in April. Source: Twitter

Australia will also be well-represented, with Vance Joy, Alison Wonderland, Tash Sultana, and Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever all set to take the stage this coming April.

Vance Joy

Australia's own Vance Joy will take the stage this April. Source: Getty

Fans will remember that Beyoncé was a scheduled headliner in 2017, but could not perform due to doctor’s orders because she was pregnant with twins, Rumi and Sir.


Beyoncé was a scheduled headliner in 2017, but could not perform due to doctor’s orders. Source: Getty

Coachella has been home to some of the biggest musical moments of the last decade, housing acts you couldn't have just gone and seen in an arena within the last few years. Often that has included a reunion—think Rage Against the Machine in 2007, OutKast in 2014, or both LCD Soundsystem and Guns N’ Roses a couple of years ago.

It has also meant the inclusion of someone whose presence is meaningful (Prince in 2008), or just completely out of this world - the 2012 Tupac Hologram, anyone?

We can't wait to see what they have in store this year.

The 2018 festival takes place April 13-15 and April 20-22 and will be held at Indio, California’s Empire Polo Club, as usual.

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