Coachella 2019 Coachella Lineup, Coachella Dates, Coachella Headliners. The organizers of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival 2019 announced the main events scheduled to appear at the multi-day event in April.
Coachella 2019 Lineup, Dates, Headliners
Goldenvoice, the promoter of the event, said Wednesday night that the big names scheduled to appear at the two-weekend event in Southern California from April 12 to April 14 and from April 19 to 21 include Ariana Grande, Childish Gambino, Tame Impala, and Janelle Monáe. Other artists reserved to play at the event include 1975, DJ Snake, Diplo, Solange, and Weezer.
In 2018, Grande culminated a successful year as a pop star that included another No. 1 album with “Sweetener” and several hits, from “No Tears Left to Cry” to “God Is a Woman” to “Breathing.”
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We are only a couple of days away from 2018, and as expected, Coachella has announced the alignment for its 2018 edition. The gigantic two-weekend festival returns to its location at Empire Polo Club in Indio, California, once again, from April 13 to 15 and from April 20 to 22. Queen Beyoncé will head the list after she was originally announced to appear last year and retired due to her pregnancy. Next to her are The Weeknd and Eminem at the top of the lineup, in addition to the 2017 favorites like SZA, St. Vincent and Migos.
But this time, you do not have to squint to find Latino artists in the Coachella lineup . Last year, the Latino performance reached a historic high with 11 acts,many of which were smaller punk bands , such as Los Blenders and The Commons, playing the new Sonora Stage , curated by VIVA. And although the numbers were still low for a festival that takes place in Southern California , whose population of Latinos is massive, the tide continues to rise this year, with a total of 15 Latino performers.
After winning all 2017, Cardi B leads the group of artists. They will also play Princess Nokia, Miguel and Kali Uchis, as well as the Franco-Cuban duo Ibeyi, Helado Negro, Buscabulla, Cuco, Deorro and Rebolledo’s Pachanga Boys. The emerging pop of LA, Marias, Boingoins, Sonora, the punk quintet Señor Kino, and the bilingual group LA reggae The Delirians will also take the stage, along with cumbia sonidera . The exclusion of J Balvin, once again, seems a missed opportunity.
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In the USA UU, dominant music festivals continue to neglect Latin talent, reflecting a traditional segmentation in the industry that often pushes Latino artists to perform at separate festivals. The inclusion of more Latino artists in these large-scale events is a first step to ending that segmentation and reflects the changing tastes and perceptions of Latino fans and artists. Even as we celebrate greater representation, it is worth noting that Coachella has been criticized for its controversial anti-gay property in the past.