Plus: Lou Reed Tegan and Sara, Dinosaur Jr., Japandroids, 2 Chainz, Cloud Nothings, the xx, Beach House, and more
Coachella's mixed bag lineup will occupy stage space in Indio, California across two weekends — April 12 to 14 followed by April 19 to 21 — and now the festival's organizers have unveiled its sideshows roster. Taking place around those two weekends, from April 6 to 23, the following artists will perform capsule shows at various venues throughout Los Angeles:
How to Destroy Angels, Vampire Weekend, Japandroids, Cloud Nothings, Modest Mouse, Dinosaur Jr., the xx, 2 Chainz, Bat for Lashes, Beach House, Lou Reed, Purity Ring, Foals, Holy Shit, Yeasayer, Wild Nothing, Wild Belle, the Selecter, Lee Scratch Perry, Skinny Lister, the Make-up, Gap Dream, Portugal the Man., Lord Huron, Ghost B.C., Ides of Gemini, Blue Hawaii, Three O'Clock, Diamond Rings, OMD, Franz Ferdinand, La Roux, Savages, Smith Westerns, El-P, Passion Pit, Tanlines, Dropkick Murphys, Dirtyphonics, Modestep / Mimosa, the Faint, Polica, Alt-J, Youth Lagooon, Aesop Rock, Little Green Cars, and Rodriguez.
Goldenvoice has also announced some gigs in San Diego, including performances by Nick Cave, SPIN cover stars Tegan and Sara, Kurt Vile, Youth Lagoon, Alt-J, Aesop Rock, Stars, the Faint, Foals, Dirtyphonics, Polica, Little Green Cars, Cloud Nothings, Ben Howard, and Gaslight Anthem.
Passes for Coachella have long been sold out, so anyone hoping to see the live debut of Trent Reznor's How to Destroy Angels or witness a sermon from recently renamed Ghost B.C. should head over to Goldenvoice's website for ticketing information on these individual sideshows. Scroll down for the announcement's hand-drawn poster.