The Do LaB Announces Lineup For Coachella 2016!

The Do Lab

The Do LaB has always brought some amazing artists to Coachella to provide a soundtrack to their unique stages over the weekend. While the stage may have been shifted towards the corner in recent years (Nobody puts Do LaB in the corner), the ability to simply suck me into their zone has continued to prosper. Whether you’re going there during the day to cool off and get sprayed down by some hoses, or you’re catching some sick vibes at night, the Do LaB’s area of Coachella is a getaway inside a getaway.

This year, The Do LaB has once again impressed with their lineup for Coachella. We have been highly anticipating this lineup for months now and I personally cannot wait to see some of my favorite artists play on their dope stage.

The Do LaB Coachella 2016 Lineup:

The Do Lab Coachella 2016 Lineup!

Weekend 1 Lineup:

Active Sun, Big Wild, Brillz, Dena Amy, Dreamers Delight, Everyman, FDVM, Ghastly, Humans, Imagined Herbal Flows, Jaykode, Jerry Folk, Job Jobse, KRNE, Le Youth, Lee Foss, Mountain Of Youth, PANTyRAiD, Paper Diamond, San Holo, Speaker Of The House, Stylust Beats, The Drifter, The Funk Hunters, and Wave Racer

Weekend 2 Lineup:

Aradalan, Autograf, Bedouin, Cut Snake, Ekali, Gilligan Moss, Hotel Garuda, Hunter Leggitt, Jesse Wright, Kraddy, Melvv, Nico Luminous, Nu, Oona Dahl, Patricio, Sacha Robotti, Sam Gellaitry, Satori, Shawni, Stanton Warriors, STwo, Sweater Beats, The Human Experience, and Walker & Royce

As always, the Do LaB also has hinted that they will be bringing more surprises in store for this year’s edition. With surprise sets last year from Bonobo, Chet Faker, Gorgon City, and Thomas Jack(who replaced Kaskade Redux), we can only wait and see!

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