Coachella 2020 lineup has Rage Against The Machine, YUNGBLUD, more
Earlier this week, reports came rolling in of those rumored to be playing Coachella in 2020 including My Chemical Romance. While MCR aren’t on the final reveal, several of the speculated artists including Rage Against The Machine (who previously teased it themselves), Frank Ocean and Travis Scott have now been confirmed as headliners.
After days of anticipation, Coachella began digging up old tweets about their lineup from both artists and fans Thursday night. From wish lists to big dreams, the festival began teasing what was to come with their tweet choices.
Check out some of the artists confirmed through tweets below.
Rage Against The Machine
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizzard
Run The Jewels
The festival returns for its 21st edition on April 10-12 and April 17-19 at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California.
Weekend one is sold out, but weekend two presale begins Jan. 6 at noon PST here.
Check out the full lineup below along with some artist reactions.
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Rage Against The Machine previously confirmed themselves as playing when their reunion became public back in November. The Instagram post the band made included the Coachella dates along with a small handful of other shows.
After parting ways in 2000, RATM released the cover album Renegades in December. A live album, Live At The Grand Olympic Auditorium, was released in 2003 featuring recordings from their final shows in Los Angeles in September 2000. The band later reunited at Coachella in 2007 before parting ways again after a final 2011 gig.
Frank Ocean and Travis Scott have both previously played the high-profile festival in 2012 and 2017, respectively, but this will mark the first time they’ve ever had a headliner spot.
YUNGBLUD previously performed at Coachella 2019. He joined All Time Low’s Alex Gaskarth, grandson, Tommy Lee and Sum 41’s Frank Zummo during scene-loving EDM artist Kayzo’s set to play a remix of “11 Minutes.”
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