Pop queen Beyoncé, rapper Kendrick Lamar and British rock group Radiohead will headline this year’s edition of the Coachella music festival in April, organisers said Tuesday.
The indie camp-out, which has been getting an increasingly eclectic line-up, will also feature performances from British indie pop band the xx, US folktronica outfit Bon Iver and French house music duo Justice.
Other notables include US folk rock guitarist-vocalist Father John Misty and New Zealand singer-songwriter Lorde, who shared on Facebook in November that she was working on a follow-up album to 2013 Global hit Pure Heroine.
Radiohead, who have been nominated for two Grammys for 2016's A Moon Shaped Pool, have headlined the festival twice before, while Lamar showed up during Ice Cube's set last year.
Beyoncé hasn’t performed a solo set at Coachella but performed with sister Solange in 2014 and was a surprise guest during husband Jay-Z headlining set in 2010.
Coachella offers the same line-up on two consecutive weekends — April 14-16 and April 21-23 — in the desert outside Indio, around two hours east of Los Angeles.
The Friday line-up for California’s leading music festival appears aimed at the traditional indie crowd, with Radiohead, the xx and Father John Misty — alias Fleet Foxes drummer Joshua Tillman — on the bill.
Beyoncé headlines the Saturday events, while Lamar tops the bill both Sundays.
The music press has been awash with rumours of a Daft Punk reunion, and while the French electronica duo appear nowhere on the line-up, Coachella is known for its surprise appearances.
Passes — starting at $399 for three-day general admission — will go on sale Wednesday at 11:00am Pacific time (1900 GMT) on the Coachella official website.