April 13, 2012 16:24

Arctic Monkeys, Pulp, Black Keys to play Coachella tonight (April 13)

NME.COM is coming live from the California event all weekend

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Arctic Monkeys, Pulp and The Black Keys are all set to play Coachella in Indio, California tonight (April 13).

The festival, which runs both this weekend and next weekend, is headlined by the 'El Camino' duo, with the Sheffield bands due to take to the stage in the early hours of the morning.

Today will also see Wu Lyf, Frank Ocean, M83, Yuck, James, Mazzy Star and a reunited Refused take to the stage at the California event.

Tomorrow (April 14) will see Radiohead headline the event, with The Horrors, Spector, Azealia Banks, Laura Marling, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Bon Iver, Kasabian and Feist also due to play sets.

Dr Dre will close the show on Sunday (April 15), topping a bill that also includes Metronomy, Santigold, Wild Beasts, Gotye and a reunited At The Drive In.

NME.COM is coming live from Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival throughout this weekend. Stay tuned for news, photos and video interviews from the festival.













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