Coachella has been and gone but the lineup this year was lit 🔥 The headline acts this year were mainly R&B and rap, which made 'Chella 2018 one to remember. We've broken down everything that went down so you don't need to be feeling all that FOMO.
The Weeknd According to festival-goers, The Weeknd was close to tears during his performance of "Call Out My Name" - his breakup song about Selena Gomez. His set included all of his classics and most of the songs from his new album, 'My Dear Melancholy'.
Let's be real, can Beyonce ever do any wrong?! Her Coachella performance was high-intensity and extravagant in three-acts and 100 backup dancers, but at this point no one would expect anything less from Queen B herself. Her setlist included old and new songs and a heap of mashups.
Eminem Eminem was the third headliner of Coachella and it's safe to say he nailed it. After reading some mean tweets to the crowd, he asked “Coachella, can I take you back to a time when I was actually good?” and then smashed out “My Name Is” and “The Real Slim Shady". After all these years, Eminem still reigns as one of the Kings of Rap.
Migos Migos performed their classics such as 'Bad and Boujee' and 'Walk It Talk It', and were joined by Cardi B for 'Motorsport'.
French Montana If you went to one of The Weeknd's concerts late last year, you would be lucky enough to know that French Montana plays a banger of a set and Coachella was no exception.
BROCKHAMPTON According to festival-goers, before BROCKHAMPTON's set had begun, fans were already chanting their name. They performed with a group of violinists dressed in blue masks behind them. The 15-person rap group are on the onwards and upwards after the success of their hit 'SWEET'.
SZA SZA was joined by none other than Kendrick Lamar during her set, for the song "Doves in the Wind" and their song for Black Panther - "All The Stars".
Tyler the Creator Tyler performed fan favourites '911', 'IFHY', 'Glitter' and 'See You Again', and even brought out A$AP Rocky at the end of 'Who That Boy'.
Post Malone Starting with 'Too Young', Post Malone ran through a string of his hits. He then brought out Ty Dolla $ign for 'Psycho' and Pharrell for 'Up There'.
Alison Wonderland Representing the land down under, Alison Wonderland smashed her DJ set at Coachella. She laid out her bangers, including 'I Want U' and 'Run', and closed her set on the second weekend with a tribute to Avicii.