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Coachella 2022: The poster is led by Harry Styles and Billie Eilish

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Coachella 2022

Artists like Harry Styles, Billie Eilish and Kanye West headline one of America’s largest music festivals.

THE ANGEL.- Coachella returns after a two-year absence due to the coronavirus (Covid-19). On his return he proclaimed the poster what will be directed by Harry Styles, Billie Eilish and Kanye West (now called Ye), in an edition that will take place April 15-17 and 22-24, as reported by the organization.

Latinos are also part of the Coachella 2022 poster

This festival, considered one of the most important in the world and taking place specifically in the Coachella Valley (in the Colorado desert), will feature the presence of renowned Latin American artists such as:

  • Carol G
  • anita
  • MS tape.
  • Chicano Batman.
  • group of companies.
  • Ed Maverick.
  • El minus.
  • Jessie Reyes.
  • Nathy Peluso.
  • Omar Apollo.
  • Pablo Vittar.
  • Nathaniel Cano.

According to the announcement, all these renowned singers will perform on two consecutive weekends. In addition to the participation of the Spaniards Cariño and Paco Osuna. Not to forget that groups like the Swedish House Mafia, 88Rising’s Head In The Clouds Forever and others will occupy the Empire Polo Club.

Coachella 2022 can be seen online

YouTube will be the official channel of the event; The festival will be broadcast live via the video platform and as a streaming service. This channel will be responsible for showing what will happen during the two weekends rock, indie, hip-hop, electronic and Latin music will once again be heard throughout Indio, California.

That’s something to remember in March 2020, Coachella confirmed its first cancellation. The festival was postponed to autumn this year, but due to the pandemic, it could not take place then or in 2021.

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