Whether she was performing with Kendrick Lamar, Cardi B., or on her own, SZA was responsible for some of our favorite moments of Coachella. Her upcoming tour includes Coachella's younger East Coast sister, Panorama, where she'll play alongside Janet Jackson, St. Vincent, Cardi and more.
The 2018 edition of Coachella wrapped up its second weekend with sets from Eminem, Kamasi Washington, Miguel, King Krule, Cardi B, Princess Nokia, Migos, Japanese Breakfast, John Maus, Snail Mail, Kamaiyah and more.
Saturday at weekend two of Coachella included sets from Beyonce, Tyler, the Creator, Angel Olsen, David Byrne, Fleet Foxes, Brockhampton, Nile Rodgers & Chic, First Aid Kit, Cherry Glazerr, Priests, Otoboke Beaver and more.
After breaking records weekend one as the first black woman to headline the festival and having the most YouTube streams in its history, Beyonce returned for weekend two of Coachella, for another tremendous set with a few differences from the previous weekend.
As you should expect by now, Coachella happening means thinkpieces about the death of rock at Coachella (and elsewhere). But one of the biggest acts at Coachella 2018 is a rock band, and it's one that's been right under our noses for a long time...
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