An official announcement is expected in January
Coachella is held every year at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California. Next year’s edition will take place over the two weekends of April 13-15 and April 20-22.
2017’s event was headlined by Radiohead, Kendrick Lamar and Lady Gaga. Gaga replaced the originally announced headliner Beyoncé after the latter became pregnant with twins and said she would headline in 2018 instead.
Consequence Of Sound now report that Beyoncé will indeed headline Coachella next year and that “industry sources” tell them that Eminem and The Weeknd will join the singer in topping the 2018 bill.
The report goes on to state that an official line-up announcement is expected in early January.
NME has approached representatives for Coachella for a response to the report.
Meanwhile, it has been rumoured that Destiny’s Child are set to reunite during Beyoncé’s Coachella sets next year. Fans point at apparent hints for both Beyoncé and Michelle Williams about the potential reunion.
The reunion could also see the return of original Destiny’s Child member LaTavia Roberson, who featured on ‘Bills Bills Bills’. She teased that “I have so much to tell you guys” in a Twitter post, adding: “All I’m allowed to say right now is… never mind”.