The Coachella 2023 lineup is teeming with incredible artists spanning many genres, and we made a playlist for you to explore them all!
Year after year, Coachella continues to deliver some of the most abundant lineups within the festival realm. From big-name headliners to hot up-and-coming artists, the Indio festival consistently pulls out all the stops to ensure a magical experience for all in attendance. To everyone’s delight, the 2023 lineup was announced recently and features tons of familiar names as well as new acts to enjoy over the weekends of April 14-16 and April 21-23.
This year’s headliners are some of the most noteworthy in Coachella lineup history, as Bad Bunny and BLACKPINK will both make history as the first Latino and the first K-pop group, respectively, to headline the festival. Frank Ocean, who is notoriously elusive when it comes to playing live shows, is set to headline both Sundays and will surely draw in massive crowds with his silky voice and beloved R&B beats. For dance music lovers, Calvin Harris will return to the desert this year with euphoric festival anthems in tow.
The undercard brings many more names to get excited about, including Gorillaz, Metro Boomin, Pusha T, ROSALÍA, boygenius, Labrinth, Björk, Kali Uchis, Latto, and Willow. Dance music acts are also aplenty, with The Chemical Brothers, Kaytranada, TESTPILOT, Eric Prydz presents HOLO, Charli XCX, Yaeji, Porter Robinson, FISHER + Chris Lake, and Boris Brejcha all slotted to bring groovy vibes to the dancefloor. Indie electronic artist Jai Paul is another can’t-miss act as his Coachella sets will mark his first-ever live performances.
All the artists on this year’s Coachella lineup are worth checking out, so we’ve made an all-encompassing playlist to help you explore some of the most loved tunes from each artist. Additionally, anyone looking to get a closer look into the dance acts should make sure to check out our Yuma Tent playlist in preparation to dance the night away in April!
Weekend one passes are sold out, so those still hoping to attend can join the official waitlist. GA and VIP passes are still available for weekend two and can be purchased through the AXS ticketing website. Camping, hotel, and shuttle add-ons are available through the Coachella website as well as the Valley Music Travel website.