The 2019 Coachella line-up is so good we could cry

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But happy tears

Get your face paint and tassels ready and clear your April calendars people, because the Coachella line-up just dropped and it’s epic.

If you think the annual Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival peaked last year with Beyonce as their headlining act then you would be wrong. 

While Bey is and always will be QUEEN, Coachella has managed to pull together a red hot team of our faves to take the stage this year. 

From April 12-14, and then again for the sequel weekend from April 19-21, you can watch another queen slay the game: Ariana Grande. 

Yep, Ari ended 2018 better than ever and is starting 2019 off strong too and we are here for it. 

Childish Gambino will also be headlining. 

Gambino’s appearance is especially great news for all the Aussies who missed out on seeing him when he had to cancel the Australian leg of his tour.

Yes, we're still a little salty. 

Our very own Tame Impala is also headlining the mega-festival bringing some Aussie talent and psychedelic tunes to spice things up. 

The line-up also sports more huge acts and a diversity of artists including Solange, Kid Cudi, Janelle Monáe, the 1975, Jon Hopkins, Mac DeMarco, Diplo, Kacey Musgraves, Maggie Rogers, Weezer, Pusha-T, SOPHIE, Aphex Twin, Gucci Gang, Sofi Tukker, Anderson .Paak, Juice WRLD, Playboi Carti, Bad Bunny, Sheck Wes, Gesaffelstein, J Balvin, and a whole lot more you can see below.

One act that no one saw coming is Idris Elba, who apparently also DJ’s on top of being the  sexiest man alive.

Because apparently even Hollywood royalty needs a side hustle. 

Coachella 2019 sufficiently calls for a trip to the US if you can swing it, because this line-up is what dreams are made of.


Images: Getty / Kevin Winter, Giphy / Giphy. 


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Written By Krisinda Merhi

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