The three-day event, which kicks off the festival season on two consecutive weekends, will offer identical lineups on April 10-12 and 17-19. Drake and AC/DC are both first-time headliners – though Drake made a brief cameo during Jhene Aiko’s set last year – while White has played multiple times with bands the White Stripes, the Raconteurs and the Dead Weather.
AC/DC are hardly the only act pitched to lure the old-timers: Steely Dan will also perform, as well as shoegaze pioneers Ride, 1990s Britpoppers Belle & Sebastian and Wu-Tang Clan members Raekwon and Ghostface Killah. As for the current decade, buzzed-about acts the War on Drugs, Mac DeMarco and Hozier will make appearances, as well as hip-hop firebrand Azealia Banks.
Also on the roster: Interpol, Florence and the Machine, the Weeknd and St. Vincent. Electronic dance music again claims a healthy share of the lineup, with Kaskade, Axwell/Ingrosso, David Guetta and DJ Snake among the bigger names.
Last year’s Coachella grossed $78 million dollars over both weekends.
See the full lineup below.