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Coachella 2018: Bands Not Among Headliners, But Here Are 5 You Can't Miss At The Festival



Beyoncé, The Weeknd, and Eminem are set to headline this year's Coachella and fans could not be more excited. However, for those who want to hear some more beat or oomph, then below are some of the performances that are worth their fun and enjoyment at the much-anticipated festival.

A Perfect Circle

A Perfect Circle is set to heat the stage on April 15 and 22. Eyes have been fixed on the American rock supergroup following rumors of a new album release after they signed a recording deal with BMG. The group has since refuted the claims and 2017 has come and gone without a peep about the said album, which would have been the first from the group since their 2004 eMOTIVE.

It is supposedly likely though the album will arrive later this year. With this said, the group might debut some of the songs from the said album at Coachella, including their new single "Disillusioned," which they kickstarted 2018.

Fans of A Perfect Circle can travel down memory lane when the group belt out previous hits, including "The Outsider" "Judith," and possibly their critically and commercially received track "3 Libras." It is unclear who among the other former members of A Perfect Circle will join frontman Maynard James Keenan and guitarist Billy Howerdel at Coachella.

Greta Van Fleet

Another band set to rock Coachella is Greta Van Fleet and they will take the stage on April 13 and 20. Likened to Led Zeppelin, the group from Michigan have been making a name for itself in the rock genre following the release of their studio and four-track EP Black Smoke Rising in April 2017. Expect to rock out to their debut single "Highway Tune" at Coachella.


Another one of the big names in pop-rock is Haim, a three-member band that consists of sisters Alana, Este and Danielle Haim. The sisters are scheduled to perform at Coachella on April 13 and 21 where they are likely going to perform tracks from their second album Something To Tell You. Ahead of the festival, fans can catch them perform at the Radio City Music Hall in New York on Jan. 26.


The Norwegian DJ and songwriter is set to pump up the beat on April 13 and 20 with his remixes. Fans of Selena Gomez and Ellie Goulding may be familiar with Kygo. He collaborated with the artists on "It Aint Me" and "First Time," respectively.


Prepare to jam to some hard-core and punk rock music at Coachella when Priests take the stage on April 14 and 21.

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