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‘Stacked’ Coachella 2023 Lineup Revealed

The wait is finally over: Coachella has announced its 2023 lineup, and it’s sure to be as wild as ever. Returning to the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California, this April, Coachella will feature some of the most exciting and famous artists in the music industry. More important for some, it’s also set to attract the hottest influencers and celebrities from around the world. From models to Instagram stars, these social media personalities will make the desert their playground. With the lineup packed with the most popular names in the industry, you can expect to see the likes of Bella Hadid, Nick Jonas, Emily Ratajkowski, Noah Centineo, and Gigi Hadid hit the dancefloor (or VIP booth away from us cattle). So, if you’re looking for some eye candy while you groove along to your favourite tunes, then Coachella 2023 is the place to be.

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Blackpink

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Headlining the festival is none other than BLACKPINK, the K-Pop group who have been dominating the music scene since their debut in 2016. They’ll be joined by Frank Ocean, Bad Bunny, Bjork, boygenius, Soul Glo and many more. The lineup also features some of the hottest names in the rap and hip-hop scene, with Burna Boy, The Kid LAROI, Charli XCX, Labrinth, and Pusha T being just a few of the artists sure to bring the house down.

For those looking to get their groove on, the festival promises to deliver with acts such as Gorillaz, The Chemical Brothers, Kaytranada, and Metro Boomin. You can also look forward to some classic rock from the likes of Blondie, Beck, FKJ, and Pusha T. The festival will also offer some unique acts in the form of $uicideboy$, Yung Lean, Jamie Jones, Ashnikko, and Malaa.

The lineup also promises to be diverse and inclusive, with artists such as 070 Shake, Marc Rebillet, Hiatus Kaiyote, Dinner Party, Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, and Elderbrook. And there’s more. The festival will feature a special guest appearance from Calvin Harris, as well as performances from Yahoo, DRAMA, BRATTY, Horsegirl, Colyn, Chloé Caillet, Scowl, and Francis Mercier.

The Kid LAROI

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The popular festival’s first-ever break between years was due to the postponement and eventual cancellation of the planned 2020 event. The event was then rescheduled for April 2021 but was cancelled again due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The festival finally returned in April 2022, with Harry Styles, Billie Eilish, the Weeknd, and Swedish House Mafia as headliners. Just days before the event, Kanye West was removed from the lineup and replaced by the Weeknd and Swedish House Mafia. West was later sued for $7.1 million by Phantom Labs, a production and design firm based in Los Angeles, who claimed that West had not paid them for work on his Coachella performance.

2023 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival Full Lineup

A Boogie Wit da Hoodie
Adam Beyer
AG Club
Airrica
Alex G
Ali Sethi
Angèle
Ashnikko
Bad Bunny
Bakar
Becky G
Benee
Big Wild
Björk
Blackpink
The Blaze
Blondie
Boris Brejcha
Boygenius
Bratty
The Breeders
Burna Boy
Calvin Harris
Camelphat
Cannons
Cassian
Charli XCX
The Chemical Brothers
Chloé Caillet
Chris Stussy
Christine and the Queens
Chromeo
Colyn
The Comet Is Coming
Conexión Divina
DannyLux
Dennis Cruz + Pawsa
Despacio
Destroy Boys
Diljit Dosanjh
Dinner Party ft. Terrace Martin, Robert Glasper, Kamasi Washington
DJ Tennis + Carlita
Doechii
Dombresky
Domi & JD Beck
Dominic Fike
Donavan’s Yard
DPR Live + DPR Ian
Drama
EarthGang
El Michels Affair
Eladio Carrión
Elderbrook
Elyanna
Eric Prydz Presents HOLO
Ethel Cain
Fisher + Chris Lake
FKJ
Flo Milli
Fousheé
Francis Mercier
Frank Ocean
Gabriels
The Garden
Glorilla
Gordo
Gorillaz
Hiatus Kaiyote
Horsegirl
Hot Since 82
IDK
Idris Elba
Jackson Wang
Jai Paul
Jai Wolf
Jamie Jones
Jan Blomqvist
Joy Crookes
Juliet Mendoza
Jupiter & Okwess
Kali Uchis
Kaytranada
Keinemusik
Kenny Beats
The Kid Laroi
Knocked Loose
Kyle Watson
Labrinth
Latto
Lava La Rue
Lewis OfMan
The Linda Lindas
Los Bitchos
Los Fabulosos Cadillacs
LP Giobbi
Maceo Plex
Magdalena Bay
Malaa
Marc Rebillet
Mareux
Mathame
Metro Boomin
Minus the Light
MK
Mochakk
Momma
Monolink
Muna
Mura Masa
The Murder Capital
Nia Archives
Noname
Nora En Pure
Oliver Koletzki
Overmono
Paris Texas
Pi’erre Bourne
Porter Robinson
Pusha T
Rae Sremmurd
Rebelution
Remi Wolf
Romy
Rosalía
Saba
Sasha & John Digweed
Sasha Alex Sloan
Scowl
SG Lewis
Shenseea
Sleaford Mods
Snail Mail
Sofi Tukker
Soul Glo
Stick Figure
Sudan Archives
$uicideboy$
Sunset Rollercoaster
Tale of Us
¿Téo?
Testpilot
Tobe Nwigwe
TSHA
TV Girl
Two Friends
UMI
Uncle Waffles
Underworld
Vintage Culture
Wet Leg
Weyes Blood
WhoMadeWho
Whyte Fang
Willow
Yaeji
Yung Lean
Yungblud
Yves Tumor
070 Shake
1999.ODDS
2ManyDJs

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Sam Mangioni

Sam Mangioni is an experienced Staff Writer with an extensive background in digital content production and news. Prior to working for Man of Many, Sam spent three years at Southern Cross Austereo where he served as a Content Producer and News Reporter for the flagship Triple M Breakfast Program. The Sydney-based reporter completed a Bachelor of Commerce from Macquarie University Majoring in Marketing in 2014. A specialist in sport, lifestyle and gear coverage, Sam's work has also featured in Fight News Australia.