Radiohead will headline Friday night of the music festival, with Beyoncé on Saturday and Kendrick Lamar on Sunday. Coachella will once agin occupy two weekends in Indio this spring, April 14 through 16 and April 21 through 23, with identical lineups for each.
Festival passes for both weekends go on sale Wednesday, January 4, at 11am. Ticket prices have held steady from last year at $399 for a weekend pass—you'll need fast reflexes to grab one, though. Parking shuttle combo tickets will run you $474, while VIP passes cost a cool $899.
Per usual, the lineup spans decades and musical genres. The xx, Travis Scott, Father John Misty, Bon Iver, Future, DJ Snake, Lorde and Justice top some of the second-tier headliners. New Order and Guided by Voices are filling some of the nostalgia slots, while Local Natives and Warpaint, among others, represent the local scene. Surprisingly absent: the Shins, who it sure seemed like would end up on the bill.
There may be a bit of déjà vu for FYF attendees, as Kendrick Lamar topped the L.A. festival last year. Considering that LCD Soundsystem played both festivals in 2016, it seems like this sort of FYF-Coachella crossover might be the new normal.
Make sure to check out our full coverage of Coachella, including slideshows from previous years, and be on the lookout for the increasingly impressive food lineup in the coming months. In the meantime, here's the full Coachella 2017 lineup below.
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