Bad Bunny, Frank Ocean and Blackpink will headline this April’s Coachella, the California desert festival that kicks off the summer concert circuit, organisers announced Tuesday.
It’s set to be a history-making weekend, with Bad Bunny — the world’s most-streamed artist — as the first Spanish-language and first Latin American artist to headline.
And K-pop group Blackpink of South Korea is the first Asian act to receive a top billing at the festival.
Both acts debuted at Coachella in 2019 to great fanfare, teeing up an eventual headlining slot.
Ocean was originally booked as a headliner for the 2020 edition, which organizers postponed and eventually scrapped due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Coachella returned in 2022 after a three-year hiatus.