Little more than a month remains before Goldenvoice’s official reveal for the 2017 edition of Coachella, an announcement which usually takes place each January. As is annually the case, rumors have abounded regarding who will earn coveted slots at the nation’s most popular festival, including a comprehensive list of predictions from Travelgrom, who notably forecasted the event’s 2016 lineup with 64% accuracy.
Amidst the rumors for Coachella’s 2017 roster has been a common thread for the edition’s three primary headliners: Radiohead, Kendrick Lamar, and Beyoncé. HITS Daily Double, an industry trade publication, have all but confirmed these three headliners in a report published today, November 29:
“According to the latest rumors, Paul Tollett and Goldenvoice have locked in the big three for Coachella 2017, and they are Beyoncé, Kendrick Lamar and Radiohead.”
Major outlets have widely reported this news as canon, and the evidence is compelling — particularly given the recent musical and performative outputs from Radiohead and Beyoncé. Oasis are also strongly rumored to make an appearance at Indio, while various acts have “leaked” their billings for the festival, including DJ Snake and DJ Khaled.
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