The festival takes place over consecutive weekends between April 10th-12th and 17th-19th at Empire Polo Field in Indio, California, and will be topped by AC/DC on the Friday, Jack White on the Saturday and Drake on Sunday.
There’s plenty of British rock interest in the event, with the likes of Alt-J, Kasabian, Belle & Sebastian and Royal Blood also on the bill along side Tame Impala, Interpol, Ryan Adams, St Vincent, The War On Drugs, Flying Lotus, Lykke Li, Alabama Shakes and plenty more.
Ride will be making an appearance too after reforming last year, adding to previously announced headline and festival comeback dates.
“People bought our records first time round,” frontman Mark Gardener told NME last November. “But our music has grown in significance since we’ve been away. We want to give the people what they want. We’d be idiots to go out and play a new album, but that’s not to say we wouldn’t make new music.”