4 Reasons Coachella 2019 Lineup Is Lighting Up Twitter
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One artist on the bill is upset about the poster, and another shocks fans, as he's one of the most famous actors on the planet.

The lineup for Coachella Music and Arts Festival 2019 has been announced, and Twitter is losing its collective mind.

Taking place in Indio, California, with identical lineups across the weekends of April 12 and April 19, the festival's headliners will be Childish Gambino, Tame Impala and Ariana Grande.

Also set to perform at the massive festival are Solange, Kid Cudi, Janelle Monáe, Pusha-T, Diplo, DJ Big Driis (otherwise known as Idris Elba), Kacey Musgraves, YG, K-pop girl group BLACKPINK, R&B breakout star H.E.R., Nigerian singer-songwriter Burna Boy and dozens more.

But there were four acts in particular that really had Twitter talking. More on that below.

Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande was the most discussed pop star of 2018 -- a title she just might hang on to this year. The 25-year-old will be just the fourth female artist -- and the youngest woman ever -- to headline Coachella, which she will close on Sunday night. Ari follows in the footsteps of Lady Gaga, Bjork and Beyoncé.

"Humbled and excited as all hell," she said of the honor.

Needless to say, Ariana's extremely loyal fans blew up Twitter with celebratory memes, GIFs and messages the moment her name appeared on the 2019 roster.


People are stoked about BLACKPINK's listing, considering the girl group will be the first female K-pop act to grace the desert stage in the festival's 20-year history. People are also ecstatic that the girls are big fans of Ariana Grande, and that the feeling seems to be mutual! We are all standing by for that backstage selfie.

Idris Elba

Did you know the "Luther" star and People's Sexiest Man Alive is also a DJ?! It's true. The actor moonlights as DJ Big Driis when he's not busy acting. His stans are absolutely elated, and his fans are still processing that the man has a music career, too. Is there anything he can't do?

Burna Boy

When Nigerian star Burna Boy was announced as part of the lineup, he took to social media to express his disappointment in the way his name was listed on the poster.

"Coachella, I really appreciate you, but I don't appreciate the way my name is written so small in your bill," he wrote in a since-deleted Instagram Story. "I am an AFRICAN GIANT and will not be reduced to whatever that tiny writing means. Fix [things] quick, please."

While some social media users felt Burna Boy's reaction was merited, others felt he should be grateful for the major opportunity.

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