With an unforgettable Beyoncé headline set – Destiny’s Child reunion included – and an unfeasibly huge bill of performances from across the genre spectrum, Coachella’s first round of the year this past weekend was, naturally, very special indeed.
Coachella’s first weekend kicks off this Friday 13th April. Over the course of two weekends – 13th to 15th, 20th to 22nd – the festival’s enormous line-up is being headlined by Eminem, Beyoncé and The Weeknd.
Alan Walker's story is as remarkable as his name is not. British by birth but based in Norway since he was two, he's still only 20 but has just performed his latest hit single 'All Falls Down' with singer Noah Cyrus on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon in the US. The single has been streamed more than 70 million times, while his debut - 2015's 'Faded' - has over 1.5 billion views on YouTube and topped year-end charts across Europe.
Coachella has unveiled its full 2018 line-up featuring electronic stalwarts Maceo Plex, Jackmaster, Jamie Jones, Hannah Wants and more.
This year’s headliners include Beyonce (who cancelled last year due to the birth of her child), Daft Punk collaborator The Weeknd and Eminem.
Elsewhere, the line-up includes Busy P, Detroit Love (a special three-way performance between the legendary Carl Craig, Moodymann and Kyle Hall), and Nile Rodgers and Chic, who are expected to finally release a new Chic record this year.
Eminem, Queen Bey Beyoncé, and R&B standout The Weeknd are reportedly headlining the 2018-iteration of Coachella.
Some early rumors had The Chainsmokers headlining the Indio, CA festival. However, that possibility now seems to be waning.
Coachella will once again span two weekend in 2018, 13th though the 15th and 20th to the 22nd April.
The brains behind America's most famous festival, Coachella, will be launching a new festival in London next year.
Dubbed All Points East, the new festival will take place at London's Victoria Park in May 2018, it has been announced.
Interestingly, the festival will take place across 10 days, with a host of satellite events at various London venues surrounding the main three-day event at Victoria Park.
The festival's first headliner has been announced and the honour has been given to The XX, who will play alongside Popcaan and Lykke Li.
Martin Garrix overcomes gremlins and nerves to deliver a landmark Coachella set in the latest episode of The Martin Garrix Show. Series 2, Episode 8 offers fans a chance to catch some of the highlights from the EDM producer's performance at one of America's biggest festivals.
'The Martin Garrix Show', Season 2, Episode 7 has just been released online, following on from the last instalment in which he hit Palm Springs.
This time round, the EDM superstar's life-on-film series gives viewers the chance to see him on the morning of Coachella festival. Three years earlier he performed at the event as a relative newcomer, but now finds himself front and centre as one of the biggest names on the bill.
Despite this year's Coachella only being a month ago, the US-based festival has already locked in next year's dates.
Running once again across two weekends, 13th - 15th April and 20th - 22nd April, tickets for the festival will go onsale from tomorrow.
Whilst the line-up is still under construction, Beyonce will be headlining the festival next year after she pulled out of this year's festival due to being pregnant.
Festival organisers agreed to her late cancellation under the proviso she would headline the 2018 edition, which she has agreed to do.