Reports have revealed the headliners for next year's installment of Coachella.
Although the summer ended a month ago and the festival season officially came to a close, it's that time when organizers begin to plot on who they'll bring in to perform next year. Every year around this time, rumors start to bubble about the potential headliners for Coachella. Usually, the speculation turns out to be partially true. After Coachella confirmed the dates for the 2019 installment, we've received the first reports about who you might be able to expect to headline the festival.
According to HitsDailyDouble sources, Coachella 2019 will be headlined by Kanye West, Childish Gambino and Justin Timberlake. Gambino will be headlining on Friday, Timberlake on Saturday and Kanye West is set to headline on Sunday. Kanye West previously headlined the festival in 2011. This will mark Timberlake and Gambino's first times headlining the festival.
Both Kanye West and Childish Gambino are expected to release new albums before the end of the year, which makes this rumored line-up seem much more likely. Kanye West is getting ready to release Yandhi on Black Friday, although he intended to release the album this past weekend. Yandhi will mark his third project this year following Ye and Kids See Ghosts with Kid Cudi.
Childish Gambino is set to release an album before the end of the year, although it's unsure when it'll arrive. He gained critical acclaim this year for the release of "This Is America" and "Feels Like Summer."
Keep your eyes peeled for the official confirmation of the Coachella headliners which will likely be announced in early 2019.