Whether you were one of the lucky hundreds of thousands to get their hands on a ticket, or if you've simply got your Google alerts poised for updates on who's wearing what, it's time to start counting down the final few days before the world’s most Instagrammable festival.
As ever, tickets for Coachella 2019 sold out at lightning speed, and it's no wonder. With a line-up to end all lineups, the 2019 US music festival will see the likes of Childish Gambino will play the coveted headline slot on the opening day, with Australian band Tame Impala playing the second. Pop’s beloved princess and singer of our current favourite tune ‘Thank u next’, Ariana Grande, will close the desert carnival on the last night - this is most certainly a lineup not to be missed.
Ariana Grande Live In Concert
The three main acts follow 2018’s jaw-dropping line up of Beyoncé, The Weeknd and Eminem, who headlined last year, where more than 150 artists performed at the Californian event.
The annual wash of celebrities, glittery make-up, denim daisy dukes and frothy flower crowns will descend on the Empire Polo Club in Indio and will run for two weekends starting on April 12-14 and then again on April 19-21.
Solange Knowles, who was scheduled to play both weekends on the 13th and 20th April, unexpectedly cancelled her Coachella performance just a week before the festival blaming "major production delays". Knowles shared her "sincerest apologies" to her fans via a short statement released by Coachella's Twitter account.
Meanwhile, rumours that Kanye West would take one of the top stage slots were sadly just social media fodder. But, other performers on the agenda, however, include Janelle Monáe, Virgil Abloh, Jaden Smith, Idris Elba, Diplo, Khalid, Mac DeMarco.
Celebrities At Coachella 2018
Tickets for this must-see festival are sold out, but we'll no doubt be scrolling our Insta feeds non-stop for updates from celebrity Coachella regulars such as Kylie Jenner and Gigi Hadid.
Click bellow to watch behind the scenes with Bella Hadid