Frank Ocean to Headline Coachella in 2023
In a surprising move, it has been uncovered that Frank Ocean will headline the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in 2023.
The revelation was made by festival fellow benefactor Paul Tollett in an interview with the LA Times where he discussed why he decided to uncover the name, the arrival of the festival in 2022 following 3 years, the difficulties looked by his organization Goldenvoice because of the Covid-19 pandemic, and that’s just the beginning.
Paul mentions that in ordinary circumstances, he could never uncover a name this early yet “fans merit some consolation after the disorder and uncertainty of the last eighteen months.”
“Right currently, it’s the Wild West,” he says. “I’m simply trying to be as fair as possible to artists and to the fans to ensure that ultimately they will see everybody that we discussed.”
The reclusive singer was originally reserved for the 2020 edition alongside individual headliners Rage Against the Machine and Travis Scott yet he was not available for the most recent rescheduled Coachella, set to be held throughout the days of April 15-17 and April 22-24, 2022, at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, Calif.
Fury Against the Machine and Travis Scott are confirmed to be back however the third headliner is still yet to be reported. At the point when tickets went at a bargain in June for the 2022 festival, every one of the 125,000 for each end of the week sold within hours without even a single artist on the lineup declared.
We should likewise trust Frank is looking to deliver another collection — we have not heard from him since 2016’s Blonde.