Bad Bunny makes Coachella history as a headliner
The festival will take place over the weekends of April 14-16 and April 21-23 at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California.
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Puerto Rican superstar Bad Bunny will be on the Coachella's main stage in 2023, becoming the first Hispanic and Latin American singer to occupy the spot in the festival's history.
In addition to Bad Bunny headlining, other Hispanic singers performing at the new Coachella are Rosalia, Kali Uchis and Becky G.
"The pre-sale begins Friday, Jan. 13 at 11:00 a.m. PT [2:00 p.m. ET]. There are very few passes left for Weekend 1. For more chances to get passes, head to Weekend 2," the festival announced on social media along with the list of participating artists.
Along with Bad Bunny, the other artists headlining the main stage on different days are K-Pop girl group BLACKPINK and Frank Ocean.
"This is the first edition of the Coachella festival that there is no white artist among those headlining the performances," wrote the Los Angeles Times, as the other artists who will perform are alternative from previous years.
BLACKPINK and Bad Bunny had their first Coachella performances in 2019, while Frank Ocean's last appearance at the festival was in 2012, Variety reported.
Bad Bunny is expected to perform tracks from his hit album Un Verano Sin Ti, which he just finished a world tour performing. It was the highest-grossing tour of all time by a Latin artist.