Coachella 2019

Ryan Fredrick, Reporter

The Coachella Valley Musical and Arts Festival is an annual festival held over two weekends in Indio. Famous artists such as Ariana Grande, Childish Gambino and Tame Impala are the headlines of this year’s event, according to Timeout.

“Coachella looks so much fun this year. The lineup is so perfect, because it blends bigger and smaller artists. It really shows diversity,” junior Sophia Mutet said.

Beyonce released her surprise album “Homecoming,” live on stage, with an accompanying Netflix documentary about Beyonce’s 2018 Coachella performance, according to The Rolling Stones.

“Beyonce’s surprise album release was crazy. I think these artists deserve to have sold out shows at Coachella, because what they bring is so amazing and artistic,” junior Hannah Thompson said.

While performing, Grande reunited some of the boy-band N-SYNC; the missing member from the group was Justin Timberlake.

“I can’t believe she was able to get the most legendary boy-band back together for just a couple of minutes. It shows the power of Coachella,” freshman Lucas Lowry said.

Coachella weekend began April 12 to 14, and continues April 19 to 21.