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A Perfect Circle, Highly Suspect, Greta Van Fleet confirmed for Coachella

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A Perfect CircleGreta Van Fleet and Highly Suspect are among the rock artists scheduled to perform at this year's edition of the Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival, which unveiled its full lineup on Tuesday night (January 2nd). The two-weekend event will be held on April 13th through the 15th and again with the exact same bill on April 20th through the 22nd at the Empire Polo Field in Indio, California. The headliners are BeyoncéThe Weeknd and Eminem.
  • Portugal. The ManThe NeighbourhoodBleachersAlt-J and Vance Joy are also among the scores of artists confirmed to appear at the massive annual festival, which grossed a record $114 million in 2017.
  • General admission passes are $429, including fees and taxes, while the Festival Pass and Shuttle Combo is $504. VIP Festival Passes are $999 and VIP parking is $150. Passes go on sale at noon this Friday (January 5th) at Coachella.com.
  • A Perfect Circle will release a new studio album, its first since 2004, later this year, while Greta Van Fleet is touring behind its breakout Black Smoke Rising EP and chart-topping single "Highway Tune." Highly Suspect continues to tour behind its second album, The Boy Who Died Wolf, which features the Number One hit "My Name Is Human."

DID YOU KNOW? A very pregnant Beyoncé was supposed to perform at last year's Coachella but was told by her doctors to skip the event, with Lady Gaga filling in as a replacement headliner and Queen B promising to return for the 2018 festival.

 

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CHECK IT OUT: Here's the full Coachella lineup

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