Coachella 2019: Kanye West, Childish Gambino Rumored To Be Headlining


We’re in the midst of quarter four of 2018, but that hasn’t stopped any anticipation for the coming year in the entertainment world.

According to Hits Daily Double, hip-hop heavyweights Kanye West and Childish Gambino are rumored to be headlining the Coachella Valley Arts and Music Festival 2019, which will take place from April 12-21. Justin Timberlake is also rumored to be on the bill, according to the site’s “informed sources.”

Each of the musicians have been in the news this year for their music and more. In 2018, West released his eighth studio-album ye, and his wife Kim Kardashian took to Twitter today (Oct. 1) to reveal that his ninth studio-album YANDHI will drop in November.

Childish Gambino is recovering from an preexisting injury he aggravated while on his This Is America tour, and earned his first number-one single this year with his song of the same name.

Justin Timberlake was the Super Bowl LII halftime show performer, and released his fifth studio-album, Man Of The Woods.

This past year, The Weeknd, Eminem and Beyonce were the Indio, Calif. festival’s highly-anticipated headliners. While we’re not sure if there’s absolute truth to these rumors, we will wait with baited breath to see the official lineup for next spring’s festivities.

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