After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival has returned to California, and rapper Big Sean had a little bit of news for fans after he kicked off the first night of the festival along with Friday night’s headliner Harry Styles.
During his Coachella set over the weekend, the Chattanooga, Tenn. star addressed the issue with a video montage and gave a spirited performance proving he's one of the best of his generation.
Megan Thee Stallion held down Coachella last night, and earned all the praise. The Texas rapper also performed a new song that has Twitter chattering about its Lil Kim vibes.
Sources close to the deal say Ye was offered a cool $8.5 million for his appearance and The Weeknd wants the same but it appears there may be some resistance to that agreement.
Nice try, but this petition calling for Travis Scott to be allowed to touch the Coachella stage this year turned out to be a pure jig.
Presale for tickets to the event goes on sale tomorrow (Jan. 14) and best believe they're going to go like hotcakes, Omicron be damned!
Coachella was originally set to be held in April of 2020, but the Coronavirus had organizers push the festival back to October of 2020 when everyone thought we'd be better off. Well, obviously that didn't happen and it once again got pushed back to April of 2021. Now with the Rona mutating and becoming even more transmissible with the new variants, health experts have decided to just shut it all down.
Thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, the music festival season is most definitely a wash. For 2020, both Coachella and Lollapalooza have been cancelled, though the latter will be hosting a virtual event.
While Donald Trump and his cult state TV continue to insist that the Coronavirus/COVID-19 isn’t anything more than a new seasonal viral infection that’ll go away as the weather heats up, sound minded individuals are doing what they can to mitigate the deadly virus and Coachella has joined in on the fight.