Ariana Grande Headlining Coachella 2019: News, Updates, Tickets & How To Watch
4 April 2019, 14:32 | Updated: 4 April 2019, 14:36
Ari will be joining Tame Impala and Childish Gambino as headliner of Coachella 2019.
Coachella is one of the biggest dates in the music calendar - and this year’s line-up has finally been revealed.
While the event has some epic headliners, there's no doubt that Ariana Grande is one of the biggest acts performing this year!
Who's in the Coachella line-up with Ariana Grande?
Friday 12 & 19
Headliner: Childish Gambino
Other Performers: The 1975, Diplo, Blackpink, Janelle Monaé
Saturday 13 & 20
Headliner: Tame Impala
Other Performers: Solange, Aphex Twin, Weezer
Sunday 14 & 21
Headliner: Ariana Grande
Other Performers: Cvrches, Zedd, Khalid, Bad Bunny
You can view the full list of performers here.
When is Coachella 2019 and how can I get tickets?
Coachella 2019 will be taking place in Indio, California on 12th, 13th, 14th April and 19th, 20th, 21st April.
The exact address is 81-800 Avenue 51, Indio, CA 92201.
For those of you travelling from overseas, the nearest airports are Palm Springs International, Los Angeles International and Ontario International.
Tickets are pretty much like gold dust - especially for Ari!
Coachella tickets vary in price, depending on what package you opt for.
General admission is priced at $429 (around £325).
If you're looking to add the shuttle bus option to you pass, it'll set you back $509 (around £386).
And if you're feeling like a baller, you can opt for the VIP ticket, which costs $999 (around £758).
It's important to note that camping fees are NOT included in the ticket price.
Can I live stream Coachella?
For those of you not lucky enough to bag yourself a ticket, you can catch Ari's performances online.
Head to Coachella's official YouTube page to watch the live stream of the event.
Other Coachella news
After a lot of back and forth, Kanye West has also been confirmed as a headliner.
It was rumoured that he pulled out over disagreements about his stage set-up. According to TMZ, Kanye refused to perform on the standard stage because it was “artistically limiting”, and wanted his own moving stage installed.
A source claims, “These 40x60 stages are so archaic. It's the same type of stage on which Shakespeare's works were performed hundreds of years ago."
The organisers, however, didn’t want to affect the other artists and disrupt the festival to cater to Kanye’s stage request.
Now, Kanye has said the show's organisers have arranged a "mountain" for him, so he can perform his Sunday Service on Easter.