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Get out your flower crowns and crop tops: Coachella kicks off this weekend. Each year, the Indio, California, festival has added more headliners and performances to its lineup, and as a result, it’s become harder to pick and choose which shows to see during the three-day music bacchanal. Some of the buzziest shows are no-brainers (go ahead and add the LCD Soundsystem and Guns N’ Roses reunion shows to your list right now), but there are many other performances from both big bands and up-and-coming artists that are also worth your attention. Here, our curated breakdown of the best acts to see at this year’s Coachella.
When: July 22-24, 2016
Where: Randall's Island Park, New York, NY
Tickets: on sale March 4, 12 PM EST
Who's playing: Kendrick Lamar, Arcade Fire, LCD Soundsystem, Alabama Shakes, Sia, A$AP Rocky, Major Lazer, The National, Sufjan Stevens, Kurt Vile & The Violators, FKA Twigs, Blood Orange, Foals, Run the Jewels, Grace Potter, Schoolboy Q, Anderson .Paak and the Free Nationals, Daughter, AlunaGeorge, Kaytranada, SZA, and more.
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