Coachella 2019 Lineup: Ariana Grande, Childish Gambino, Tame Impala to Headline

Yolanda Curtis
January 4, 2019

There is a chance that more performers may be added to the lineup at a later date.

Ariana Grande is about to make history as the youngest female headliner at Coachella.

Once again, Coachella returns to the Empire Polo Club in Indio, CA.

The festival revealed its full line-up last night, with their three headlining artists being Ariana, Tame Impala and Childish Gambino across two weekends in April.

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The 2017 festival attracted 250,000 people, according to organisers.

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DJ Snake, Diplo, Ella Mai, Jaden Smith, Solange, Weezer, Wiz Khalifa, Khalid, Zedd and Pusha T are also slated to perform.

Last year, Pitchfork analyzed the almost 1,000 acts playing at the year's biggest multi-genre fests, and only 19 percent of the acts were female.

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Aussie psychedelic rockers Tame Impala are also on the bill.

Shortly after the headliners were announced, Grande tweeted to say she was "humbled".

The advanced ticket sale took place in June 2018, but what passes are now left will go on sale on Friday, January 4, 2019 at 11pm UAE time (11am Pacific time). General admission is $429, and various packages, ranging from $509 to on-site camping that can run into the thousands, are available.

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