Super Bowl 51, a tour announcement and now, Coachella. Lady Gaga’s music career has seen a resurgence since the singer released her critically acclaimed album, “Joanne,” the previous October.
On Feb. 28, the “Joanne” singer announced on Twitter “Let’s Party in the desert!” She posted the updated Coachella poster that placed her performance on April 15 and 22.
Beyoncé was scheduled to headline this year’s event, but the singer announced she will not be performing due to the timing of her pregnancy. She will be in her third trimester of her pregnancy, and according to her doctor, it would not be safe.
Gaga will be replacing Beyoncé at Coachella, but if you were hoping to see Queen Bey perform, don’t panic! Beyoncé will be performing in the 2018 Coachella, according to Beyoncé and her team.
Gaga will be the first woman to headline Coachella since Bjork in 2007. According to Coachella organizers, it’s important to have another female performer replace Beyoncé. Other headlining performances at this year’s event are Kendrick Lamar and Radiohead. Other artists performing include Lorde, Tove Lo and Kiira. Florence and the Machine will also be performing, so we might see Gaga and Florence sing together, especially since Florence was a featured artist on “Joanne.”
Officials are currently working around the clock to get Gaga’s huge stage production to Coachella. Gaga added both performances to her already busy schedule. She will be going on tour 2017, so she was glad to make it fit with the tour dates.
Get your flower crowns ready because Coachella will be an event to remember! To learn more about Coachella, see more performers and to purchase tickets, visit Coachella’s website, www.coachella.com.