Coachella 2024 lineup announced: Lana Del Rey, Tyler the Creator and Doja Cat to headline

Lana Del Rey, Tyler, the Creator and Doja Cat set to headline Coachella 2024 (Getty)
Lana Del Rey, Tyler, the Creator and Doja Cat set to headline Coachella 2024 (Getty)

The lineup for the 2024 edition of the Coachella Festival has been announced, with Lana Del Rey, Tyler the Creator and Doja Cat set for headline performances.

The Californian festival will return for its first weekend from Friday 12 April until Sunday 14 April. The second weekend takes place from Friday 19 April to Sunday 21 April, with the same artists performing at both shows.

The Friday bill, which Del Rey will headline, also features rising Mexican singer Peso Pluma, rapper Lil Uzi Vert and French dance act Justice.

Saturday, headlined by Tyler, the Creator, will see performances from Britpop survivors Blur, New York rapper Ice Spice and electronic artist Grimes.

The Sunday lineup, topped by Doja Cat, also includes Colombian singer J Balvin, LA-born singer Jhené Aiko and Mean Girls star Reneé Rapp.

Along with Blur, other British artists on this year’s line-up include grime MC Skepta, singer-songwriter Raye, dubstep DJs Skream & Benga, electronic producers Jungle, indie rockers The Last Dinner Party and Scottish experimentalists Young Fathers.

Additionally, the festival will see a surprise appearance from Gwen Stefani’s ska punks No Doubt, who earlier teased their reunion on social media.

See the full line-up here:

On Instagram, Australian electronic duo Flight Facilities celebrated their place on the lineup with the message: “We’re back! Exactly 10 years to the day we made our debut, we’re back to the desert for more trouble ;) What a wild ride this life is.”

Last year’s Coachella was headlined by Bad Bunny, Blackpink and Frank Ocean. However, Ocean pulled out of performing at the festival’s second weekend following a “chaotic” performance. He was replaced by Blink-182.

The enigmatic singer faced intense backlash over his first set at the California festival, for which he appeared over an hour late and was forced to finish early due to curfew rules.

In a statement, Ocean’s representative said: “After suffering an injury to his leg on festival grounds in the week leading up to weekend 1. Frank Ocean was unable to perform the intended show but was still intent on performing, and in 72 hours, the show was reworked out of necessity.”