2018 will be Coachella’s first year without a rock headliner

Coachella announced their widely anticipated lineup for this years festival, confirming many of the rumors.

Eminem and The Weeknd will be joining Beyoncé as headliners. This marks the first year the festival will not have a rock band headlining. 

Beyoncé is returning this year as a headliner after having to postpone her performance last year due to her pregnancy. 

The festival will be returning for it’s 19thyear to the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California, located in the Inland Empire’s Coachella Valley. The festival will be held over two weekends; April 13-15 and April 20-22.

Among the headliners, other artists include SZA, St. Vincent, Post Malone, Fleet Foxes and Cardi B. Art installations this year will include artists such as Do Lab, Robert Bose and Randy Polumbo. 

GA passes and VIP passes will be available for purchase for both weekends. Camping this year will include options of car or tent camping or the higher end tents at Lake Eldorado or the Safari Tents. Hotel packages are also available. 

The official Coachella app is available for download for mobile ready information. 

Passes go on sale starting Friday at 12 p.m. PST and can be purchased here

Check out the full lineup below!