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Coachella Music Festival to return in Spring 2022

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The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival will return in April 2022 after being postponed for nearly two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to their website. The popular festival announced their upcoming return via social media on Tuesday, June 1 after teasing the announcement over the Memorial Day weeked.

The festival will run from April 15-17 and April 22-24 in 2022. People who were originally supposed to attend in 2020 that held onto their tickets will be granted automatic access to the upcoming 2022 dates. 

Coachella has not happened since spring 2019 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The 2020 show was postponed on multiple occasions, moving from April 2020 to October 2020 before officially being canceled. The 2021 show experienced a similar shift, being postponed, later rescheduled and then being canceled all together.

Cochella 2020 was originally going to have performances by Lady Gaga, Megan Thee Stallion, Thom York, Lana Del Rey Lil Nas X among more. Travis Scott, Frank Ocean and Rage Against the Machine were originally going to headline Coachella 2020.

As of June 2021, a list of Coachella 2022 performers has not yet been revealed. Sales of the advance tickets will start June 4, 2021 at 10 a.m.

Jahlil Rush

Jahlil Rush attends CUNY Baruch College in New York City. He is double majoring in journalism and digital communication while also double minoring in photography and film. The passion for journalism has always resided within him. He loves covering topics of all kinds, from politics to entertainment to even fashion and technology. When it comes to covering anything related to superheroes, video games and animation, he gets extra excited. One day he hopes to achieve his career Goal of becoming an ABC News National Correspondent and Photojournalist. Check out some of his work on Flickr and find him on Contently.

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