There was a point in time when Coachella was one of the biggest, if not the biggest, music festivals around. Depending on who you ask, that still may be the case, but for the most part, the Spring event, which spans over the course of nine days, seems to have lost some of its appeal, and that was made evident after the highly-anticipated, extremely underwhelming reunion of legendary duo, Outkast in 2014.
For the most part, Coachella is now a paradise for hypebeasts and people who only want to go, so they can put it all over social media. It’s not really about the music anymore. It’s about being able to say, “I went to Coachella”. Sad but true. In any event, below is the lineup for this year’s installment.
Even though there will be no Hip-Hop headliners this year, it’s still pretty cool too see that the likes of A$AP Rocky, Vince Staples, and Rae Sremmurd, just to name a few, will be hitting that stage.
If you’re plotting on a Coachella move, now is probably the time to get things in order. April 15th will be here before you know it.
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