Coachella 2018 lineup will include Beyoncé, Eminem, The Weeknd & SZA

Beyoncé, Eminem and The Weeknd will headline the 2018 edition of the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in Indio.

To be held on the grassy fields of Indio’s Empire Polo Club, the latest installment of the world’s biggest and most profitable annual music festival will take place on the consecutive weekends of April 13-15 and April 20-22.

Tickets will go on sale Friday at noon on the Coachella website.

The Weeknd will headline on April 13 and 20.

Beyoncé will headline April 14 and 21. She was scheduled to headline the 2017 edition of Coachella, but postponed until this year after learning she was pregnant with twins.

Eminem will headline April 15 and 22.

Other confirmed acts include SZA, Kygo, Haim, Jamiroquai, Tyler the Creator, St. Vincent, Post Malone, Portugal the Man, A Perfect Circle, ODESZA, The War on Drugs, Migos, Cardi B, former Talking Heads leader David Byrne and Chic, featuring Nile Rodgers.

The 2017 edition of Coachella expanded its daily capacity from just over 99,000 to 125,000 and grossed a record $114 million-plus.

Twenty percent of the attendees came from San Diego County, according to the festival’s promoters, who track ticket sales by ZIP code. As in previous years. the festival sold out in an instant, with many fans buying their tickets before a single 2017 act had been announced.

A three-day general admission festival pass for this year’s Coachella festival is priced $429 ($30 more than last year), while a general admission pass with a bus shuttle pass is $504.

VIP passes cost $999 each (up $100 from last year); plus an additional $150 for VIP parking.

Car camping and tent camping are both priced at $113 apiece. Companion parking for campers is $60; shuttle passes are $75.

The alphabetical list of all of the Coachella 2018 performers is as follows:

6LACK

A Perfect Circle

AC Slater

Alan Walker

Alina Baraz

Alison Wonderland

alt-J

Alvvays

Aminé

Angel Olsen

AURORA

Avalon Emerson

B Boys

Bane’s World

Barclay Crenshaw

Bedouin

Belly

Benjamin Booker

Benjamin Clementine

Beyoncé

Big Thief

Black Coffee

blackbear

Bleachers

Boogarins

BØRNS

BROCKHAMPTON

Buscabulla

Busy P

Cardi B

Carpenter Brut

Cash Cash

Cherry Glazerr

Chic, featuring Nile Rodgers

Chloe x Halle

Chris Liebing

Chromeo

Cuco

Daniel Caesar

David Byrne

Declan McKenna

DeJ Loaf

Deorro

Detroit Love (Carl Craig, Kyle Hall, Moodymann)

Django Django

Dreams

Ekali

Elohim

Eminem

Fazerdaze

FIDLAR

First Aid Kit

Flatbush Zombies

Fleet Foxes

French Montana

Giraffage

Greta Van Fleet

HAIM

Hannah Wants

Hayley Kiyoko

Helado Negro

Highly Suspect

HITO

Hundred Waters

Ibeyi

Illenium

Jackmaster

Jacob Banks

Jamie Jones

Jamiroquai

Japanese Breakfast

Jason Bentley

Jean-Michel Jarre

Jessie Ware

Jidenna

John Maus

Jorja Smith

Joseph Capriati

Jungle

Justin Martin

Kali Uchis

Kamaiyah

Kamasi Washington

Kelela

King Krule

KITTENS

Knox Fortune

Kölsch

Kygo

LANY

LÉON

LION BABE

Los Ángeles Azules

Louis the Child

LP

Maceo Plex

MAGIC GIANT

Marian Hill

MHD

Michael Mayer

Migos

Miguel

Mild High Club

Moon Boots

Moses Sumney

Motor City Drum Ensemble

Noname

Nothing But Thieves

ODESZA

Oh Sees

Omar-S

Otoboke Beaver

Pachanga Boys

Party Favor

Peggy Gou

Perfume Genius

Petit Biscuit

Portugal. The Man

Post Malone

Priests

Princess Nokia

PVRIS

REZZ

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever

Ron Gallo

Russ

San Holo

Señor Kino

Sigrid

Sir Sly

Skip Marley

Slow Magic

Snail Mail

Snakehips

Soulwax

St. Vincent

Sudan Archives

SuperDuperKyle

SZA

Talaboman

Tank and the Bangas

Tash Sultana

The Black Madonna

The Blaze

The Bronx

The Buttertones

The Delirians

The Drums

The Marías

The Neighbourhood

The Regrettes

The War on Drugs

The Weeknd

THEY.

Tom Misch

TroyBoi

Tyler, the Creator

Vance Joy

Vince Staples

Westside Gunn + Conway

Whethan

Wizkid

X Japan

Yaeji

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