The 2015 lineup for the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival has been set.
AC/DC, Jack White and Drake will headline the two-weekend outdoor music festival in Indio, California, Coachella’s official Twitter account revealed on Tuesday. This year’s event takes place April 10-12 and April 17-19.
The Australian rock legends, former White Stripes frontman and Canadian rapper will be joined by a host of other wide-ranging musical talent, include indie rock band Interpol, classic rock staples Steely Dan, recent “Saturday Night Live” performer Hozier and French DJ David Guetta.
AC/DC will headline both Fridays, backed by bands including Interpol, Alabama Shakes, Steely Dan and rappers Azealia Banks, Raekwon and Ghostface Killah. White will headline the two Saturdays, with alt-J, Hozier and Bad Religion among his supporting acts. “Started From the Bottom” singer Drake will close both weekends, with Florence and the Machine, David Guetta, St. Vincent and Ryan Adams among those also performing on Sunday.
Here’s the official release from Coachella’s official Twitter account:
— Coachella (@coachella) January 6, 2015
Started in 1999, Coachella is now one of the United States’ biggest concerts. Last year over 500,000 people attended the multi-weekend music festival, which grossed $78.3 million for producers Goldenvoice Presents, a subsidiary of AEG Live.