The lineup supposedly features Ms. Lauryn Hill, TLC, Usher, Ludacris, Lil Jon, and Megan Thee Stallion, but several acts have said they aren’t actually playing.
Tyler the Creator, Migos, Brockhampton, Migos, ScHoolboy Q, and 21 Savage are also heading to Sin City this November.
The two-day festival promises Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Phoenix, MGMT, Beach House, Passion Pit, Grizzly Bear, The Rapture, and more.
The festival founder discusses Kanye, Philip Anschutz, the future of FYF Fest, and more.
Plus, Robert Plant, Kings of Leon, The Pretenders, Seu Jorge, and many more.
Reportedly, poor ticket sales are to blame for the festival’s cancelation.
Carlson is accused of various forms of sexual misconduct.
Carlson was dismissed from the Los Angeles festival on Monday.
NYC’s second major festival avoids sophomore slump with Frank Ocean, Solange, and Tyler, the Creator.
A grown-up Coachella has its own set of pitfalls.
The ambitious festival hosted the likes of Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones, and Roger Waters during its inaugural edition.
Why he passed on Kate Bush, the agony of creating the lineup poster, and why New York City is important for Coachella’s longterm success.