December 19, 2011 16:51

Radiohead, Foo Fighters, No Doubt to headline Coachella 2012?

Tom Waits, Florence and the Machine, Daft Punk also feature on the 'leaked' line-up

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A poster claiming to list the acts playing at next year's Coachella festival in California has leaked online.

The poster says that Radiohead, Foo Fighters and No Doubt will be heading up the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, which takes place in Indio across two weekends next spring (April 13-15, 20-22).

Tom Waits, Florence And The Machine, Death Cab For Cutie, Moby and Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds also feature on the leaked poster, reports Gigwise, though there are concerns over whether or not the poster is genuine.

Modest Mouse, Justice, The Shins, Beirut, Lykke Li, M83, Wilco, Snow Patrol, Kelis, Calvin Harris, Bon Iver, Girls, Kasabian and Fiona Apple are also listed on the document.

Coachella festival will run over two weekends for the first time in 2012. A statement on the festival's website says they are expanding the event – which was headlined by Arcade Fire, Kings Of Leon and Kanye West earlier this year at the Empire Polo Club – so they can accommodate larger audiences.

"In an effort to try and accommodate everyone who wants to experience the festival, Coachella 2012 will be two separate events, held over two consecutive weekends. We will attempt to produce two identical festival weekends," a statement said. "That means same lineup, same art, same place, different people."

"We know many of you were unable to attend this year's festival because passes sold out much sooner than anticipated. We were truly surprised by the overwhelming response and remain honoured by your passion and enthusiasm.''

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