The Coachella Lineup Has Been Announced, and Beyoncé Is Finally Headlining
Put your hands up: Queen Bey is coming to Coachella.
The 2018 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is shaping up to be one singularly epic music festival this year. Among other headlining acts such as The Weeknd and Eminem, the number one queen of all music, Beyoncé, will be gracing the stage.
Beyoncé has performed at Coachella as a guest performer in the past, and was supposed to headline the festival in 2017, USA Today reported. However, the singer had to postpone her appearance after announcing her pregnancy with her twins, Rumi and Sir.
Along with the festival’s headliners, other acts including SZA, David Byrne, HAIM, St. Vincent, The War on Drugs, Cardi B, and Fleet Foxes will be performing.
Festival passes go on sale at 12 p.m. on Friday on the Coachella website. General admission passes are $429, while the Festival Pass and Shuttle Combo is $504. VIP Festival Passes are $999 and VIP parking is $150.
If you are planning on attending Coachella, be sure to wear your best festival outfit, prep your food and supplies, and start looking into nearby lodging now. The 2018 festival takes place two weekends this spring: April 13-15 and April 20-22.