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Fourth time’s the appeal? Kanye West and Billie Eilish are reportedly going to be the headliners for Coachella’s 2022 festival on April 15-17 and April 22-24, sources informed Selectionon Jan. 5. Eilish might be acting on the Saturday dates and West might be acting on the Sunday dates, per the outlet. Harry Styles has additionally been added to the invoice, sources informed Billboard on Jan. 12. Swedish Home Mafia can be anticipated to be on the invoice, however it’s unclear if they are going to be a 3rd headliner, Selection reported. As of as we speak, not one of the artists have confirmed their involvement.
West, Eilish, and Swedish Home Mafia have all beforehand carried out at Coachella. The 44-year-old rapper headlined the mega competition in 2011, the 20-year-old singer carried out in 2019, and Swedish Home Mafia took the stage in 2012. Kinds, nevertheless, is a beginner having by no means carried out at Coachella. Since January 2020, Coachella has seen a number of modifications to its lineup and to the competition date because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
It was first introduced that Travis Scott, Frank Ocean, and Rage In opposition to the Machine can be headlining the Indio, CA, music competition. Different performers included Lana Del Rey, Megan Thee Stallion, Lil Nas X, Brockhampton, and Calvin Harris. In March 2020, they introduced the postponement of the festival to October 2020 because of the novel virus. It was then moved to April 2021, then October 2021, and at last April 2022. Nevertheless, with rising considerations concerning the Omicron variant of COVID-19, it is unclear if the competition will preserve its date. As a result of shifting dates, it was introduced that Ocean’s headlining performance would be moved to 2023. As for Scott, Selection reported in December that he was removed from the lineup because of the tragedy at his Astroworld festival in November 2021 during which 10 individuals died and lots of have been injured.