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Coachella officially dropped their full 2019 lineup after beginning to release artists one-by-one last night. Actor Idris Elba is among those announced, and it’s sending the internet into a tizzy.

Most notably, Elba has appeared as Heimdall in Thor, Thor: The Dark World, Avengers: Age Of Ultron, Thor: Ragnarok and Avengers: Infinity War.

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The actor has also portrayed characters in The Dark Tower, Star Trek: Beyond, Finding Dory, The Jungle Book, Zootopia, Beasts Of No Nation and many more.

While many know Elba for his acting, even more are just learning he’s also a DJ thanks to the lineup announcement.

Some thought it must be a different Idris Elba…

While others were simply mind blown over the discovery…

And some didn’t care what he was doing at Coachella, they were here for it regardless…

While Elba’s name appears as is on the festival’s lineup, he has gone by other names such as DJ Big Driis and Big Driis the Londoner.

Elba later confirmed his set by tweeting a simple, “See you in the desert.”

You can see a clip of Elba DJing below.

In perhaps the smartest marketing move ever, today Netflix also announced Elba will be starring in Turn Up Charlie as “a struggling DJ turned nanny.”

The show premieres March 15, and you can catch Elba onstage at Coachella Saturday April 13 and 20.

Full 2019 Coachella lineup

While Kanye West may not be among those announced after a disagreement revealed yesterday, the lineup is still packed full of rad artists.

Childish Gambino, Tame Impala and Ariana Grande will be the headliners for Friday, Saturday and Sunday respectively across both weekends.

The 1975, Juice WRLD, King Princess and the Interrupters will also hit the stage Friday across both weekends.

Weezer, Billie Eilish, Mac DeMarco and more will hit the stage Satuday, and CHVRCHES, Sofi Tukker, Alice Merton, Soccer Mommy and Wallows will perform Sunday.

Coachella’s first weekend kicks off April 12-14, and the second weekend will be April 19-21. Both weekends will be in Indio, California.

Tickets will be available beginning Friday, Jan. 4 at 11 a.m. PST/2 p.m. EST on Coachella’s website. Passes, camping and add-on information is available here.

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