Bad Bunny, Blackpink, and Frank Ocean are headlining this year’s Coachella and we’re all for it!

by Dianne Curray
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Bad Bunny and Blackpink make history by being included in this year’s headliners for Coachella, one of the largest and most famous music festivals in the world, while Frank Ocean is set to return as one of the main acts on stage this year!

In its 24th year, numerous music enthusiasts will return to the festival grounds throughout the weekends of April 14–16 and April 21–23 to witness historic firsts including Bad Bunny becoming the first Latin artist to headline Coachella and Blackpink becoming the first K-pop group to perform on the main stage. The mysterious singer-songwriter Frank Ocean will also make a triumphant comeback and finish off the program as the third headliner for 2023.

The 2023 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio will have its most international and diversified lineup of headliners to date after two years of pandemic postponements.

Frank Ocean was originally booked as a headliner for the 2020 festival, but because of the unforeseen circumstances brought by the pandemic, the event was cancelled. Frank Ocean’s last release was an album in 2016, and since he is performing on the main stage this year, it is expected for him to debut a new song or album in the festival.

Bad Bunny, who was crowned as the most streamed Spotify artist in 2022, is set to make his second Coachella appearance after 2019 – but this time, he is now the first Latin artist to headline the festival.

The same goes for Blackpink, who debuted as the first K-Pop girl group on the Coachella stage last 2019. The four-piece supergroup will now return to the international festival as the first K-pop group and Asian act to headline Coachella.

Tickets to Weekend 2 are now on sale, while tickets to Weekend 1 have been sold out but are still available for a waitlist. You can register for passes on Coachella’s official website.

Coachella 2023 will once again be livestreamed on YouTube, allowing fans all over the world to watch performances and behind-the-scenes footage.

See the full lineup below.


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