Goldenvoice’s Coachella and Live Nation’s Governors Ball have kicked off the festival lineup announcements for 2018 with big name artists including an overlap with Eminem.
Coachella’s 19th edition in Indio, California will take place on April 13-15 and the following weekend on April 20-22. Due to her pregnancy, Beyonce was rescheduled from her 2017 performance to the Saturday headlining slot this year and will be flanked on Friday by The Weeknd and Eminem on Sunday. The lineup also features SZA, St. Vincent, and Vince Staples on Friday, HAIM, David Bryne, and Post Malone on Saturday, and Odesza, Carbi B, and Portugal. The Man on Sunday.
The festival, which hit a record-breaking gross in 2017, will also see performances from The War On Drugs, Migos, Daniel Caesar, Angel Olsen, Fleet Foxes, Miguel, and jazz musician Kamasi Washington.
Tickets for Coachella go on sale this Friday (Jan. 5) at Noon local time. Three-day General Admission passes for weekend one already sold out in last year’s advance sale. Head to Coachella’s site to register prior to the on sale on Friday.
On the opposite coast, Governors Ball, has announced its full lineup for its eight annual festival at Randall’s Island Park in New York City. Governors Ball will take place from June 1-3 with headliners Eminem, Jack White, Travis Scott, and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Halsey, N.E.R.D., Khalid, and Chvrches will also take top spots at the festival.
The Governors Ball lineup also features the official announcement of the new collaboration between Diplo and Mark Ronson, called Silk City. The duo previously revealed they were working together in August of 2017. Other notable performers include Margo Price, Lil Uzi Vert, newcomer Maggie Rogers, and Third Eye Blind.
Special announcement day prices on passes can be found until 11:59 pm EST tonight at Governors Ball’s site. Regular pricing will begin on Thursday (Jan. 4) at 12 a.m. EST.
Full lineup announcements for both festivals are below.
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