Childish Gambino, Ariana Grande, And Tame Impala Are Your Coachella 2019 Headliners

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The 2019 Coachella lineup is here. Rumours of his appearance at the cult music festival began past year alongside whispers of Justin Timberlake and Childish Gambino.

After joining Kygo for a surprise appearance during the festival's second weekend a year ago, Ariana Grande will make her headlining debut on Sunday.

One person who is not on the bill is Kanye West, who was widely reported to be in negotiations with Coachella's organisers until earlier this week, when he seemed to pull out over technical issues regarding the stage set-up.

Despite having to clean up after Myron, Grande has already had an exciting start to the new year.

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Putting that all aside, Grande has managed to stay on top with the release of her record-breaking video, "Thank U, Next", in which she parodied some of her favorite films, including Mean Girls, 13 Going on 30, and Legally Blonde.

What makes this year's arrangement different from the past 8th years both sides had done business, is that 2019 marks the year both Coachella weekends receive live-streaming coverage.

New year. New shows.

Ari will be the final performer for 2019's event, which takes place for two weekends in Indio, California from April 12 to April 21.

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Day 1 will see performances from Janelle Monáe, Anderson.Paak, Juice WRLD, Ella Mai, Jaden Smith, dvsn, Tierra Whack, and more, closing out with a performance from Gambino.

BLACKPINK will become the first all-female K-Pop group to perform at Coachella.

The 1975, Diplo, Kid Cudi, Wiz Khalifa, Khalid and Pusha T have also been added to the lineup, while Idris Elba also surprised fans by being added for a DJ set at the festival.

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