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The Weeknd, Beyonce, Eminem To Headline Coachella

Wednesday, 03 January 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

The Weeknd, Beyoncé and Eminem will headline Coachella.

The festival, slated to return to the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California across the weekends of April 13-15 and April 20-22, will also host SZA, Tyler, the Creator, the War On Drugs, Vince Staples, Haim, Post Malone, St. Vincent, Fleet Foxes, Migos, A Perfect Circle, Cardi B, Miguel, the Bronx, Priests, Benjamin Clementine and many more. Head here to check out the full line up. 

Beyoncé was due to headline the event last year, but the vocalist, who at the time was pregnant with twins, withdrew on medical advice and was replaced by Lady Gaga.





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