Just a few days away from one of music's biggest festivals, and it's safe to say it's about to be lit!
Coachella is right around the corner, and the performance schedule has just been announced. In a simple tweet that forewarned attendees to "Plan accordingly," the official Twitter of the renowned musical fest revealed the set times for some of its major artists.
Plan accordingly pic.twitter.com/edwt0rtv1e— Coachella (@coachella) April 10, 2019
After Beyonce slayed last year's stage with her epic HBCU inspired 'Homecoming' performance, guests of the annual fest have their standards, and hopes, set high. Luckily, the lineup of "Black folk magic" is plentiful, so prepared to be entertained. From Childish Gambino and Janelle Monae, to H.E.R, Pusha T and even Kanye West, check out the schedule for some of our faves at this year's Coachella 2019:
Friday (April 12 & 19)
Rapper Childish Gambino is set to headline Day 1 of Coachella. Other performances include singer Janelle Monae, rapper Anderson .Paak (and The Free Nationals), Juice WRLD, Ella Mai, Jaden Smith, R&B duo DVSN and more!
Saturday (April 13 & 20)
Originally Solange was set to be the headliner for Coachella Saturday, however, the the festival tweeted out a statement that the singer backed out due to "production delays." Not sweat, because the show will still go on with rappers Kid Cudi, Wiz Khalifa and Sheck Wes, along with appearances by actor / DJ Idris Elba and creator director, Virgil Abloh.
Due to major production delays, Solange will unfortunately no longer be performing at this year's festival. She sends her sincerest apologies, and looks forward to performing at Coachella in the future.— Coachella (@coachella) April 8, 2019
Sunday (April 14 & 21)
Ariana Grande replaces Kanye West as Coachella's Sunday headliner. She'll share the stage along with singer-songwriters Khalid and, H.E.R., as well as rappers YG, Playboi Carti, Pusha T, Burna Boy, Rico Nasty, and Kaytranda.
While Kanye won't be performing on the first Sunday of the festival, due to creative differences with the organizers, it was confirmed that he'd be leading "Easter Sunday Service," on the 21st.
Incase you didn't know, Yeezy has been hosting a gospel-inspired service at his him in Calabases, California for the past few weeks.
Check back with us for more of your Coachella updates in the coming days.
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