Coachella Festival set times revealed

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Coachella Festival set times revealed
The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival has revealed the set times for this weekend's festival.

The annual festival is set to take place April 17-19 at the Empire Polo Field in Indio, California.

Headlining Friday night on the main Coachella Stage are Paul McCartney and Morrissey, preceded by Franz Ferdinand, Leonard Cohen and The Black Keys. White Lies, The Ting Tings and The Hold Steady will perform earlier in the day.

Saturday features The Killers headlining the main Coachella Stage, preceded by MIA and TV On The Radio. Meanwhile, Glasvegas and Fleet Foxes will play early-evening slots on other stages.

Closing out the festival on Sunday are The Cure, preceded by Public Enemy, Paul Weller, The Kills, The Horrors, Late Of The Pier and Friendly Fires.

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Stay tuned to NME.COM for extensive coverage of the Coachella Festival as it happens this weekend.

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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