The line-up for this year’s biggest music festival has begun to be announced, with headliners including repeat acts like Lizzo, Kendrick Lamar, Odessa and Foo Fighters, along with groundbreaking performances from Bad Bunny and BLACKPINK. It is
governors ball (June 9-11): Lizzo is the main event in NYC on Fridays. Alongside Lil Uzi Vert, Haim and Diplo. On Saturday she will be led by Odesza and will also feature Lil Baby, Aespa and Sawayama. Kendrick Lamar makes headlines on Sunday, with Lil Nas X, Giveon and Sophie Tucker among others.
Coachella (April 14-16, 21-23): Bad Bunny will headline Friday’s set, while K-pop girl group BLACKPINK will lead Saturday’s set. Frank Ocean, who was due to headline the 2020 festival before it was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, leads Sunday’s show.
stagecoach (April 28-30): Country superstars Luke Bryan, Kane Brown and Chris Stapleton will headline this festival in Indio, California.
boston calling (May 26-28): Foo Fighters and Yeah Yeah Yeahs (Friday), Lumineers and Alanis Morissette (Saturday), and Paramore and Queens of the Stage (Sunday) all headline Beantown.
Bonnaroo (June 15-18): Zeds Dead and Liquid Stranger headline Thursday in Manchester, Tennessee. Kendrick Lamar leads Friday, followed by Odessa on Saturday and Foo Fighters on Sunday.
New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival (April 28th to May 7th): Featured performers include Dead & Company, Ed Sheeran, Lizzo, Mumford & Sons, The Luminees, Santana, Jon Baptiste and Jill Scott.
rolling loud (March 3-5): Playboi Carti, Travis Scott, Future and Lil Wayne lead this Los Angeles music fest.
Things to watch out for
Chicago’s Lollapalooza, Texas’ Austin City Limits and New York’s Afropunk have yet to be announced. Delaware’s Firefly Music Festival won’t be in his 2023.
Bad Bunny were one of the most successful acts of 2022 due to the release of their album. summer without you, was the biggest album of the year. Lizzo made a special appearance at last year’s Coachella, joining Harry Styles’ headliner on stage for his set.
Bad Bunny’s record-breaking year: ‘Un Verano Sin Ti’ grabs big share of streaming music traffic in 2022 (Forbes)