Following a blistering, five-hour set at Madison Square Garden together in February, Skrillex, Fred Again, and Four Tet are set to reunite and close out Coachella on Sunday following blink-182's performance.

The trio will take over the main stage for Frank Ocean, who announced earlier this week he wouldn't be playing the second weekend of Coachella. Because he suffered two fractures and a sprain in his leg, he will no longer appear at the festival.

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Following cancellation in 2020, Ocean's Coachella performance was long-awaited. However, the musician received backlash after he started his concert late and scrapped a production that was supposed to feature an ice skating rink last minute. During the low-key set, he performed reworked renditions of career-spanning tracks including songs like “Novacane,” “White Ferrari,” and “Crack Rock."

Skrillex has already released two new albums in 2023 – Quest for Fire and Don't Get Too Close, the latter of which was released following his Madison Square Garden performance with Fred Again and Four Tet.