Wednesday's announcement of the 2022 Coachella lineup is the latest chapter for Coachella, which is produced by AEG/Goldenvoice. The 2020 edition was postponed from April to October because of the pandemic, then canceled altogether. So was the 2020 edition of Stagecoach, the annual country-music festival that AEG/Goldenvoice holds at the same Indio site the week after Coachella.
Early last year, the 2021 editions of both festivals, which had been planned for last April, were also canceled because of the pandemic.
The two consecutive cancellations of Coachella in 2020 and 2021 led to some shifts in the festival's headlining slots.
The bill for the festival's 2020 iteration was scheduled to be topped by Frank Ocean, Travis Scott and a reunited Rage Against The Machine.
They were rescheduled for the 2021 festival, but Rage dropped off the bill altogether while Ocean opted to take one of the headlining slots for the festival's 2023 edition. Scott, meanwhile, was dropped off the lineup following the death of 10 attendees at his Astroworld festival in Houston on Nov. 5.
That opened the door for the addition of Eilish, Styles, Swedish House Mafia and West, who also performed at the festival in 2011.
More information on this year's Coachella festival is available on the event's website: coachella.com.
The complete 2022 Coachella lineup, in alphabetical order, is as follows: