Coachella 2014 Lineup: confirmed, rumored and predicted artists

Coachella 2014 lineup rumors
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“Who is playing at Coachella 2014?”, “Who is headlining Coachella?”, “When will the Coachella 2014 lineup be released?” With only a few months to go until Coachella 2014, you’ll probably be hearing questions like those more and more often.

The official lineup will likely be released in late January (in 2013 the lineup was released on Thursday, January 24 via a Tweet), but it’s never too early to start speculating who will be on the Coachella 2014 poster.

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I’ve scoured the Coachella forums and Reddit page, talked to fans, read band interviews, followed artist’s Twitter accounts and traced tour dates for the purpose of compiling this comprehensive list of bands, DJs and artists that will be on the Coachella 2014 lineup. If you have an insider tip, feel free to contact me.

Coachella 2014 Headliners

The following acts are potential headliners for Coachella 2014.

outkast coachella 2014

Outkast

Rumors have been circulating Outkast would be reuniting for Coachella 2014 ever since February when Big Boi said he had been talking to André 3000 “about some things.”

Now it seems that those rumors have materialized and Outkast will be one of the headliners for Coachella 2013. Multiple sources have told Billboard that Outkast will be in Indio in April to kick off a reunion tour.

Of course, “sources” leak Coachella headliners all the time (Daft Punk anyone?) but things got really interesting when Georgia-based producer, and Outkast collaborator, Sleepy Brown posted an Instagram of a Beatlemania like women underlayed text reading “Outkast Headlining Coachella 2014,”  The caption read “yep!!! #wedf #dungeonfamily #organizednoize #outkast”

outkast instagram coachella 2014 sleepy brown

The Instagram was quickly deleted. I can imagine Goldenvoice is not to happy with Sleepy.

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arcade fire coachella 2014

Arcade Fire

Update: Arcade Fire is very likely to play considering their 2014 tour dates.

Arcade Fire’s headlining set in 2011 (remember the infamous ball drop) was probably the best act of the weekend.  The Montreal-based group released their new album “Reflektor” on October 28th and is heading to Australia for a 7-city tour after a few “secret shows” in LA and Brooklyn.  That said, an appearance at Coachella seems likely.

But is a two-year gap enough to warrant a return as 2014 headliners?  There have been 5 “repeat headliners” in Coachella history (Tool, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Radiohead, Rage Against the Machine, The Cure and Bjork) and the band with the quickest turn-around time was the Red Hot Chili Peppers with a three-year gap (headlined in 2003 & 2007).

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One thing that points to Arcade Fire headlining Coachella is their lack of big shows in Los Angeles.  In late October, they played two shows: one in front of the Capital Record building and another at the Hollywood Palladium.  Given that they should be playing at major venues like Staples or the Hollywood Bowl, it could be possible that Arcade Fire is under contract with Goldenvoice (the AEG-owned company that produces Coachella) to not play any major shows in LA.

We’ll have to sit back and wait until we hear more information around their North American Tour.  But I’m certainly hoping they headline again! (possible with David Bowie? Ok maybe not.)

Pixies coachella 2014 lineup

Pixies

Many bands that play Coachella cite Boston alt rockers “the Pixies” as their biggest inspiration.  In 2004 Tim Wheeler, vocalist and guitarist for Ash, said “half the bands at [Coachella] wouldn’t exist if it wasn’t for the Pixies.”

Radiohead guitarist Johnny Greenwood once quipped, “The reason we don’t use as much guitar now is there are only a handful of Pixies albums. You can’t keep copying them.”

And in 2010, Bassnectar played his dubstep remix of the Pixies’ Where is my Mind to a receptive crowd in the Sahara Tent.

The Pixies were a crowd favorite when they reunited at Coachella 2004.  If GoldenVoice wants to appease they fans, they’ll bring the Pixies to the Polo Fields.

Nine Inch Nails NIN Coachella 2014

Nine Inch Nails

Update: NIN released their 2014 tour dates on November 21st. There’s a huge opening in April…

NIN were a huge hit when they last played Coachella in 2005. Nine years and several albums later, it’s safe to assume that NIN will return to the Polo Fields (Reznor’s other project, How to Destroy Angels, played at Coachella 2013).

One reason NIN might not be at Coachella, however, is because they played a show on November 8th show at the Staples Center. This would likely interfere with GoldenVoice’s “no-play radius” in Los Angeles which states that booked Coachella bands cannot play in the greater Los Angeles area (unless it’s a show put on by GoldenVoice).

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Very Likely/Confirmed Coachella 2014 Acts

cut copy coachella headliner 2014

Cut Copy

Updated December 9thCut Copy will not be at Coachella given their tour dates.

The synthpop group from Melbourne released their 4th studio album “Free Your Mind” on November 5th and will play Coachella 2014 to promote it. Cut Copy put on the best dance party at Coachella 2011 inside the Mojave tent. Their set was my second favorite that year, only behind Arcade Fire.

When they return in 2014, they’ll need a bigger stage to handle their growing fan base. Could they perhaps be billed as the sub-headliner on the Outdoor Stage?

Queens of the Stone Age Coachella headliner 2014

Queens of the Stone Age

Coachella Valley natives (Palm Desert) Queens of the Stone Age will likely be at Coachella 2014 to promote their latest album …Like Clockwork.  The band has played at Coachella two times in the past, 2002 and 2003, and it’s about time they make a return.

Having previously toured with Nine Inch Nails, it’s possible the two bands will play back-to-back on the Coachella Main Stage.

Lorde playing Coachella 2014

Lorde

Update, Dec. 16: Lorde announces North American tour dates. Coachella is very likely.

New Zealand’s Ella Maria Lani Yelich-O’Connor, AKA “Lorde”, might be the hottest name in music right now.  One thing is for sure, the talented teenager is here to stay.  Her album Pure Heroine is filled with ear-catching song after ear-catching song.  I’m predicting Lorde will land a coveted sunset set time at the Outdoor Stage.

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Coachella 2014 The Knife

The Knife

Stockholm’s electronic music duo The Knife released their album Shaking the Habitual just a few days before Coachella 2013. This led to a lot of talk about The Knife playing at the 2013 festival, but to the disappointment of many fans, it never materialized.

But this could be the year for brother-and-sister act.  The Knife is definitely headline material, even if they have never played at Coachella in the past (band member Karin Dreijer Andersson aka Fever Ray did play at the 2011 Festival).

Coachella 2014: Full Lineup Prediction

Acts that are strongly expected are in bold

2ManyDJsSource
AFISource
Aluna George
Arcade FireSource
Artic Monkeys
Atoms for Peace
Avicii

AlunaGeorge Coachella

Azelia
BastilleSource
Belle & Sebastian
Best Coast
Black Joe Lewis
Blondie
Boards of Canada
Bombino - Source
BonoboSource
Bosnian Rainbows
Broken Bells
Cage the Elephant
Chance the Rapper
Chase & Status
Chelsea Wolfe
Chic
Chromeo
CHVRCHESSource
Classixx
Claude VonStroke
Crystal Castles
Cults

Cults 2014 Coachella

Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.
Daughter
Deer Tick
Deerhunter
Delorean
Deltron 3030
Depeche Mode
Dr. Dog
Ducktails
Duke Dumont
Dum Dum GirlsSource
Elvis Costello
Ellie GouldingSource
Empire of the SunSource
Factory FloorSource
Fidlar
FishboneSource
Flag
Flume
Foster The People
Fuck Buttons
Future IslandsSource

Jagwar Ma Coachella 2014

Fun.
Gary NumanSource
Gesaffelstein
Goldfrapp
GrouploveSource
HAIM - Source
Holy Ghost
Hot NaturedSource
Icona Pop
Imagine Dragons
Imogen Heap
Iron Maiden
Jack USource
Jagwar MaSource
King Krule
Lana Del Rey
Lilly Allen
Little Dragon

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LordeSource
Maceo Plex
M.I.A.
Man Man
Matthew DearSource
MGMT

Phantogram Coachella 2014

Photo Credit: Melissa Fossum

Mikal Cronin
Moderat
MogwaiSource
MotörheadSource
Mount Kimbie
MS MRSource
MuseSource
My Bloody Valentine
Neutral Milk HotelSource
Nine Inch Nails
Nina Kravitz
OFF!
Okkervil RiverSource
Outkast Source
Pearl Jam
Peter Bjorn and JohnSource
Phantogram
Pixies
PlaceboSource
Pond
Poolside
Primal ScreamSource
Queens of the Stone Age
Ride
RJD2
RudimentalSource
Sam Smith
Sky Ferreira
Small Pools - Source

The National Coachella lineup

Sleigh Bells
STRFKR - Source
Soulwax
Tears for Fear
Teen Daze
Television
Tennis
The 1975Source
The Field
The Flaming Lips
The Glitch MobSource
The Head and the Heart
The InternetSource
The Joy Formidable
The KnifeSource
The MagicianSource
The Martinez Brothers
The Naked and the Famous
The National
The Replacements
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs
TV On the Radio
Ty Segall
Vampire WeekendSource
Warpaint
Washed Out
White Denim
Young the GiantSource
Zola Jesus

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Monklish’s predictions

On November 19th, long-time Coachella lineup predictor (yes “predictor” is a word) posted the following lineup:

AlunaGeorge
Arcade Fire
Broken Bells
Chance the Rapper
CHVRCHES
Classixx
Darkside
Disclosure
Ellie Goulding
Failure
Fuck Buttons
Haim
Jack U
Lorde
Mogwai
Neutral Milk Hotel
Odd Future
Pixies
Ratatat
Rudimental
St Lucia
The 1975
The Knife
Volcano Choir

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Coachella Forums Lineup Pool Predictions

The Coachella Message Boards member “captncrzy” began a lineup pool for the message board members.  The rules are that each forum member posts 25 artists they think will be in the 2014 Coachella lineup.

Each member had to post his or her submission before October 15th 2013.

Many of the members are very in-tune with lineup rumors, gossip and predictions.  Some members work in the music industry or have personal ties to artists or the artists’ managers; so naturally this lineup pool is a good place to turn for lineup predictions.

In all, there were 79 lineup pool submissions.  I took each submission pool, imported it into a spreadsheet and ran some analysis on the number of predictions.  Here’s what I learned:

The 5 bands/artists with the most votes were:

  • CHVRCHES - 60 votes (included on 76% of submissions)
  • Nine Inch Nails – 54 (68%)
  • Neutral Milk Hotel – 53 (67%)
  • Queens of the Stone Age – 51 (65%)
  • Arcade Fire – 44 (56%)

 

Middle of the pack bands/artists:

  • Warpaint – 8 votes (included on 10% of submissions)
  • Chromeo – 7 (9%)
  • The Flaming Lips – 7 (9%)
  • Fidlar – 7 (9%)
  • Imagine Dragons – 7 (9%)

 

Bands/artists at the bottom of the list with at least 5 votes:

  • Poolside – 5 votes (included on 6% of submissions)
  • Ride – 5 (6%)
  • Tears for Fears – 5 (6%)
  • Tool – 5 (6%)
  • David Bowie – 5 (6%)

Full list of Lineup Pool Results

Total number of votes in parenthesis.  The percentage refers to how many of the pool submissions the artist was included in.

Coachella 2014 lineup pool forum

CHVRCHES  (60)  – 76%

NIN  (54) – 68%

Neutral Milk Hotel  (53) – 67%

Queens of the Stone Age  (51) – 65%

Arcade Fire  (44) – 56%

The National  (42) – 53%

The Pixies  (37) – 47%

Cut Copy  (34) – 43%

The Knife  (33) – 42%

Haim  (31) – 39%

Depeche Mode  (30) – 38%

Daft Punk  (28) – 35%

Jagwar Ma  (27) – 34%

MGMT  (23) – 29%

The Replacements  (22) – 28%

Lorde  (19) – 24%

Chance the Rapper  (18) – 23%

Artic Monkeys  (17) – 22%

DeadMau5  (17) – 22%

Empire of the Sun  (17) – 22%

The Naked and the Famous  (16) – 20%

Deltron 3030  (15) – 19%

Broken Bells  (14) – 18%

Holy Ghost  (14) – 18%

My Bloody Valentine  (14) – 18%

Sleigh Bells  (14) – 18%

Fuck Buttons  (13) – 16%

King Krule  (12) – 15%

Boards of Canada  (12) – 15%

Deerhunter  (12) – 15%

Eminem  (12) – 15%

Washed Out  (12) – 15%

Bastille  (11) – 14%

Foo Fighters  (10) – 13%

TV On the Radio  (10) – 13%

London Grammar  (10) – 13%

Bosnian Rainbows  (9) – 11%

Cults  (9) – 11%

Grouplove  (9) – 11%

Rudimental  (9)- 11%

Soulwax  (9) – 11%

Atoms for Peace  (8) – 10%

Foster the People  (8) – 10%

Icona Pop  (8) – 10%

Mount Kimbie  (8) – 10%

Television  (8) – 10%

Warpaint  (8) – 10%

Chromeo  (7) – 9%

The Flaming Lips  (7) – 9%

Fidlar  (7) – 9%

Imagine Dragons  (7) – 9%

MS MR  (7)  – 9%

Lana Del Rey  (6)         8%

A Tribe Called Quest  (6) – 8%

Best Coast  (6) – 8%

Aluna George  (6) – 8%

Chelsea Wolfe  (6) – 8%

Chic  (6) – 8%

Flag  (6) – 8%

Flume  (6) – 8%

Fun.  (6) – 8%

Goldfrap  (6) – 8%

Outkast  (6) – 8%

Phantogram  (6) – 8%

1975 (6) – 8%

The Field  (6) – 8%

M.I.A.  (6) – 8%

Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs  (6) – 8%

Ty Segall  (6) – 8%

Avicii  (5) – 6%

Classixx  (5) – 6%

Crystal Castles  (5) – 6%

Daughter  (5) – 6%

Little Dragon  (5) – 6%

Man Man  (5) – 6%

Mikal Cronin  (5) – 6%

Muse  (5) – 6%

Pearl Jam  (5) – 6%

Poolside  (5) – 6%

Ride  (5) – 6%

Tears for Fear  (5) – 6%

Tool  (5) – 6%

David Bowie  (5) – 6%

Coachella 2014 Lineup Spotify Playlist

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50 Comments

  • Reply November 13, 2013

    rob C

    you state in your article “GoldenVoice’s “no-play radius” in Los Angeles which states that booked Coachella bands cannot play in the greater Los Angeles area (unless it’s a show put on by GoldenVoice).” Pearl Jam is playing 2 shows L.A in November so wouldn’t this also fall into this category of not being able to play LA?

    • Reply November 13, 2013

      TravelGrom

      Hi Rob,

      Thanks for pointing this out. The radius clause is in effect 3 months before and after the festival, so roughly January through July. Goldenvoice has been flexible with the clause in the past, so it doesn’t seem like it’s a hard-rule. Thanks for stopping by.

  • Reply November 16, 2013

    Mark t

    Just wanna say I love these forums and appreciate the work you’ve put in. I’ve followed monklish for a few years and now I stumble across this, good stuff. I just wanted to add my own insight to some of your words my man…

    I love seeing Tears For Fears as a possibility

    RHCP played in 2003 not 2004. In 2007 they played the first 3 day Coachella weekend with 2 other repeat headliners. I cannot ever see Coachella having another weekend with repeat headliners. Even as stellar as 2007 was.

    You have 5 potential headliners listed as rumoured to play, arcade fire, depeche mode, NIN, pearl jam and iron maiden. 3 of them would be on repeat, (AF, NIN and DM), 1 that truly needs to play, Pearl Jam and the last group, Iron Maiden is on the short list of Paul Tollet’s dream “gets” for Coachella. The others being The Smiths, Bowie and The Talking Heads.

    I am digging your list of subs and undercards

    Well done and thanks for doing this. Looking forward to your updates. Take care, Mark T

    • Reply November 17, 2013

      TravelGrom

      Hi Mark, thanks for pointing out the 2003/2004 RHCP error. Now fixed. (http://www.travelgrom.com/travel-blog/every-coachella-lineup-poster#Coachella_2003_Poster_Lineup)

      Arcade Fire basically confirmed, they released their North American tour dates this week and there’s a big gap right around the dates of Coachella. (http://arcadefire.com/live/)

      A lot of people have been asking how they can top their 2011 performance? I think (and hope) that they’ll bring out Bowie for Reflektor, and then maybe they’ll sing Heroes.

      Arcade Fire – Heroes cover: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zi4pxfrdjmA

      David Bowie & The Arcade Fire – Wake Up – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-wEBmLht5g

      what do you think?

      • Reply November 20, 2013

        Mark t

        Nice pull on that instagram shot for Outkast. They are definately a welcome addition to any lineup. I am really hoping Bowie shows up. Even if it was just to sing on “Reflektor”, that would be insane. Lorde and Haim played a song together onstage last week, I cant remember where though. I am pretty sure to include both artists in this years lineup. And with Lorde doing a version of a Tears for Fears song on the new Hunger Games soundtrack maybe we could lock all 3 up for this year? I cant imagine who the third or even fourth headliner might be. Its getting exciting up in here. Monklish dropped a new 25 last night too brother.

  • Reply November 20, 2013

    Johnny U

    Black Sabbath released tour dates today. ALL weekends booked except for the 2 Saturdays of Coachella. They’ll be in Canada those weeks. EASILY pop down for those 2 nights.

  • Reply November 20, 2013

    Josh

    Its shaking the habitual and I doubt Neutral Milk Hotel will be there

  • Reply November 21, 2013

    Parker

    Can someone teach this guy how to:
    1. Write a coherent article.
    2. Common Sense
    3. Spell Gesaffelstein properly.

  • Reply November 25, 2013

    Jason

    I’ll be looking for Rob Garza of Thievery Corporation to do a DJ set. Lee Burridge would be great. And David-Fucking-Bowie would be awesome!!

    • Reply January 8, 2014

      Jared

      Saw Rob Garza do a set at Republik Honolulu. It seemed like he didn’t take DJing as seriously as his production. Still good though. Lee Burridge would be awesome, but what I’m really hoping for is Boards of Canada, which is probably the most unlikely to appear as they never do live shows. I think they’ve gone live twice in the last 15 years.

  • Reply November 26, 2013

    RC13

    Great overall picks, Arcade Fire is definitely a shoe-in, probably the Friday night headliner.

    Saturday is hands down NIN. In re: “No play radius” for NIN…..GOLDENVOICE and COACHELLA are both owned by AEG, which also owns Staples Center/L.A. Live where they performed a couple weeks ago. This would in no way restrict NIN from playing Coachella. (http://www.aegworldwide.com/music/festivals/coachella)

    (In fact it looks like every venue they have played on this tour is owned by AEG – Prudential in NJ, 1st Bank in CO, AT&T in TX, Key Arena in WA, and The Joint in Vegas http://www.aegworldwide.com/facilities/arenas/arenas)

    That giant hole in their schedule after Sao Paulo is there for a reason. The last time they performed in ’05 they did an arena tour the preceding fall, then went to Australia and S. America before returning to the US at Coachella. This will provide that opportunity again for Coachella to be their first performance back in the States (and give Trent some “rest” to be back at “home” with the kids before embarking to Europe.)

    Outkast is a Sunday night act, but will probably have split-billing and perform at the dance hall tent opposite the other big potential headliner that seems too under-favored here.

    TOOL is finally wrapping up their first album in 8 years. The second time they headlined Coachella in 2006, it was their first performance in 4 years and the their new album 10,000 Days was released on the Tuesday following their Sunday night performance. The same scenario seems to be unfolding here. They have not extensively toured since 2007, and have not played any shows in CA since 2010. As one of the few repeat headliners, including the inaugural festival (when it used to be held in October), they definitely get the main stage to close the weekend.

    • Reply November 26, 2013

      TravelGrom

      thanks for sharing so much insight!

    • Reply December 9, 2013

      Eric

      Another hint towards an act including Maynard is his is having his “50th birthday party” show with A Perfect Circle and Puscifer on May 10th. His actual birthday is April 17th, during Coachella. Why would he throw a birthday party concert a month after his birthday? I can see either Tool or A Perfect Circle playing Coachella this year.

    • Reply December 17, 2013

      Kev

      Arcade Fire has a show in Houston on Thursday before Weekend1, so they’re probably the Saturday night headliner, with Outkast on Sunday. And there’s no way that Outkast would play the dance tent. They will be on the main stage with one of the biggest, craziest crowds of the weekend.

  • Reply November 29, 2013

    Chris

    Painted Palms

  • Reply December 4, 2013

    PatrickB

    You’ve got Bastille and Grouplove nailed, but I’d add MS MR and Smallpools as likely additions, as they are playing in the Coachella area (AZ) with Grouplove around those dates, and both of those bands will make great late afternoon additions.

  • Reply December 5, 2013

    NR

    Muse??? Are u serious goldenvioce??? Again ?? They were there in 2010, i mean just 4 years ago and besides bringing innovation you bring this popular band. Coachella is getting worse every year

  • Reply December 6, 2013

    Tim

    We were JUST discussing how they could possibly follow the legendary lineups of Snoop/Dre then WuTang. We were thinking only Tribe could do it, but we forgot about Outkast, that’d be awesome. If Coachella continues to follow Lolla and also new albums: The Cure, Pearl Jam, Depeche Mode, Arcade Fire, ATOMS FOR PEACE! Also, Neutral Milk Hotel basically already played in 2012. (Jeff Mangum) THE KNIFE PLEASE!!!!! Thank you. Also, the Black Keys headlined back to back, but I’m not complaining. I want a Black Keys/Gary Clark Jr. supergroup teamup!!

  • Reply December 9, 2013

    PatrickB

    CHVRCHES just added a few dates in the US, and it pretty much locks up Coachella: http://chvrch.es/shows

  • Reply December 10, 2013

    Bree

    What about The Growlers? Any news?

    • Reply December 10, 2013

      TravelGrom

      They would totally make sense. They played in 2012 and they’re playing a few gigs to promote their new album “Hung at Heart” (I’m seeing them this weekend at SoHo in Santa Barbara). But I haven’t heard anything concrete enough for me to put them on the list yet.

  • Reply December 11, 2013

    Mrktov

    Vampire weekend played last year. I dont see them playing two years in a row as a sub. Are they headlining material this year? Black keys did 2011 then 2012 as a headliner. Phoenix headlined coachella last year then dubbed on almost every other festival out there. Any thoughts?

  • Reply December 11, 2013

    Lola

    Lorde will for sure be there. My good friend tried to hire her to play at our school’s spring concert, but her management declined because of her Coachella obligation.

  • Reply December 11, 2013

    Damon

    Am I the only one who remembers that Vampire Weekend played Coachella last year?

  • Reply December 12, 2013

    david

    How come no one has mentioned trinidad james? In 2012 asap rocky played in 2013 it was two chainz and this year im willing to bet that Trinidad James will be on the bill.

  • Reply December 13, 2013

    Regie

    You might want to add Young the Giant. Their tour dates have a “Coachella gap” on it. Cheers

  • Reply December 14, 2013

    g

    What if David Bowie made a surprise appearance during Arcade Fires’ set? Could this be possible?He is a guest vocalist in the song Reflektor.

  • Reply December 16, 2013

    Blue

    The Black Keys have been posting their concert festival dates for 2014 backwards, from the latest in the year. Is that a possible progression to announcing a return to Coachella after performing in 2012? http://www.theblackkeys.com/shows

  • Reply December 16, 2013

    Tim

    Was chatting with some of The Head and the Heart after a recent show in LA last week
    They confirmed they will be at Coachella this year

  • Reply December 18, 2013

    Cody Z

    Y’all don’t think any hip hop artist will be there besides Outkast?

    • Reply December 18, 2013

      Evan Thomas

      Deltron 3030 probably. Coachella usually doesn’t have too much hip-hop

  • Reply December 19, 2013

    Chris

    Third Eye Blind.

    Hung out with Stephan Jenkins in North Beach, SF last night and he drunkenly teased it.

  • Reply December 23, 2013

    Noah

    Not sure of the weight of this, but I was looking up Arcade Fire’s schedule on SeatGeek.com, and they are listed as playing both weekends of Coachella. First weekend lists them w/ Muse and Outkast. Second weekend lists them w/ Outkast and STRFKR.

    Here’s the link: http://seatgeek.com/arcade-fire-tickets?oq=arcade+fire

  • Reply December 23, 2013

    Lora B

    Haim announced tour dates, and both weekends are open.

    And Ellie Goulding is playing San Francisco April 19th, but other than that she’s also open both weekends.

    Also, Frightened Rabbit is playing festivals in January and February, with nothing scheduled in April. So I’m going to say they’re a possibility too.

  • Reply December 26, 2013

    andrea

    How about Peter Gabriel before he heads out on his European tour playing So with the original album lineup? https://petergabriel.com/live/

    • Reply January 1, 2014

      Popekitty

      Good point!

  • Reply January 1, 2014

    Matt

    I would be happy with any of these artists at Coachella!

  • Reply January 2, 2014

    andrea

    Franz Ferdinand has a 2-week block missing in their tour cal: http://www.franzferdinand.com/gigs

  • Reply January 6, 2014

    Aaron

    Iggy Azalea said at her Meet & Greet in Los Angeles after her show that she was working out the dates for Coachella.

    For sure Lollapalooza.

  • Reply January 7, 2014

    regie

    Bombay Bicycle Club just announced US tour dates with day two gaps on both weekends.

  • Reply January 8, 2014

    Patrick Blackburn

    A flyer just started circulating the internet. Have you see it? Do you think it’s a fake? I understand that a fake started circulating last year that was about 85% right. I’m not going to post it because I don’t want to spread bad information, but if you haven’t seen it and would like to, I can email it to you.

    • Reply January 8, 2014

      Evan Thomas

      Hi Patrick, yes that poster was fake, but as I’m sure you’ve heard by now, the real poster has been released. Happy Coachella!

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