Following the news that Travis Scott had been dropped from the Coachella lineup following the Astroworld tragedy last year, fans have been eagerly waiting to find out who would replace him.

Originally, the festival was announced in January 2020 but has been postponed four times since due to the COVID-19 pandemic and its various restrictions. The initial installment featured Frank Ocean, Travis Scott, and Rage Against the Machine as the headliners.

Last year, Frank Ocean announced that he would also move his performance to 2023, leaving the lineup empty. Now, it seems as if Coachella has confirmed its new three main acts, with the full schedule yet to be announced.

According to Variety, the festival will now be spearheaded by Billie Eilish, Kanye West, and Swedish House Mafia.



Set to take place in April this year, we’re expecting to see a an official announcement in the coming days.

It has been over 10 years since Ye last performed on the Coachella stage, with plenty of rumors since naming the rapper as a headliner, and if this year is true, we’re expecting to see music from DONDA, as well as the upcoming DONDA 2. Perhaps, a Sunday Service could even be on the cards.

As for Billie Eilish, the 20-year-old performed at the festival in 2019, and drew a massive crowd. After multiple Grammy wins and an Oscar nomination, it comes as no surprise she’d front the show.

Lastly, DJ trio Swedish House Mafia recently reunited after multiple years apart. The group last performed at Coachella in 2012, and their return has already created plenty of buzz online. Who doesn’t want to hear “Don’t You Worry Child” live?

Stay tuned as official confirmation is still pending.

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