Lauren Daigle, Orville Peck, Lil Nas X Join Coachella Lineup

After dropping hints on social media last night (Jan. 2), The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival revealed its full performer lineup for 2020, set for April 10-12 and 17-19 in Indio, California.

A few artists with Nashville ties are on the bill. Lil Nas X, who with Billy Ray Cyrus broke the record earlier this year for the most weeks atop Billboard’s Hot 100 with his inescapable hit “Old Town Road,” will join the lineup on April 12 and 19.

CCM-to-pop crossover star Lauren Daigle has also been added to the lineup for April 12 and 19. Last year, Daigle made history with her album Look Up Child, which earned the longest reign on the Billboard Top Christian Albums chart, with 39 weeks at No. 1, surpassing 38-week record set by Switchfoot’s The Beautiful Letdown in 2004-2005. On Jan. 18, Daigle will launch her World Tour, beginning in Melbourne, Australia. Following shows in Sydney, Brisbane, and in New Zealand, the tour will return stateside for shows in New York, Nashville, Dallas, Boston and more.

Masked country singer Orville Peck will join Coachella on April 11 and 18. He has garnered press coverage in publications including GQ Style, Los Angeles Times, Vice, and The Guardian. He recently released the video for his song “Nothing Fades Like The Light,” from his debut album Pony. The song was recently featured on the HBO show Watchmen. This year, he is also set to perform at the Stagecoach and Shaky Knees festivals.

Rage Against The Machine will reunite for the first time since 2011 to headline Coachella’s lineup on April 10 and 17, while Travis Scott will headline on April 11 and 18, with Frank Ocean leading on April 12 and 19.

Last year, Childish Gambino, Ariana Grande and Tame Impala headlined Coachella, which also featured country star Kacey Musgraves and Nashville pop artist Soccer Mommy as part of the lineup.

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