Update (4/8): Set times have been revealed! Indie rock fans might have a hard time deciding what to see mid-day, as Pitchfork points out, The War on Drugs and Ryan Hemsworth will take the stage at the same time, as will FKA twigs, Tyler, the Creator and Jack White. Chose wisely! See the full schedule here.
Original Story (1/6): Talk about starting off 2015 with a bang! Coachella wasted no time in rolling out its 2015 lineup, and it looks like Drake, Jack White and AC/DC will headline the two-weekend affair taking place in Indio, CA April 10-12 and 17-19.
The rest of the lineup is just as impressive, with plenty of EDM, rock, pop, hip hop and everything in between split between the two weekends. Tame Impala, Interpol, Steely Dan, Alabama Shakes, Azealia Banks, Flying Lotus, Raekwon and Ghostface Killah are a smattering of the artists set to hit the desert on the Friday nights of Coachella's weekends, while Florence and the Machine, Run the Jewels, Kaskade, Ryan Adams, St. Vincent, The Weeknd and more will keep the polo fields packed over Saturday and Sunday.
Part of the fun in hitting these major festivals is the unpredictable moments that pop up, so here's hoping for plenty of star-studded cameos a la Pharrell's career-spanning set or wicked dance parties, like the one Beyoncé started when she hopped onstage with Solange in 2014.
Check the full Coachella lineup below, and relive your favorite moments from Coachella (including the start of OutKast's epic festival-headlining reunion tour) over here.
Don't miss Wristbanded: Coachella Valley presented by Doritos premiering this Saturday, April 18, at 5/4c and encoring Sunday, April 19, at 5/4c. Find Fuse in your area with our channel finder.