Ariana Grande to headline Coachella 2019

On January 2nd near midnight, the performers for Coachella have been announced for this year. Ariana Grande will be the main performer for the weekends of April 13th and 21st! Check out the full poster!

This year, Coachella will be held over back-to-back weekends April 12-14 and April 19-21 and tickets are sold out.

The teasing started when indie disco pop artist Cola Boyy from Oxnard, California, was confirmed for the Sonora Stage on Sunday and Trinidadian calypsonian Calypso Rose was announced for the Gobi Stage on Friday, sharing music videos with the news.

Passes are on sale Friday at 11am PT/2pm ET.

Check out the bill in full below.

Mac Miller talks making music with Ariana Grande in W Magazine interview

On April 22nd, an interview of Mac Miller with W Magazine has been released! He talks about how he worked with Ariana in the past with their collaborations.


It was his third time at Coachella, but his first as a performer, and with The Divine Feminine behind him, he was able to reflect on what’s transpired since its release. And while he is by nature candid, the beaming spotlight—intensified by girlfriend Ariana Grande—has made him more guarded than ever, as he contends with the increasing lack of privacy when it comes to certain aspects of his life, especially his sobriety or lack thereof, and his relationship with Grande. Here, he shares his current state of mind.

I don’t know if you google yourself, but other than Coachella news, there was a lot about you and Ariana [Grande] sharing a kiss on stage. I thought, Oh, they’re out there, open.

Yeah, it’s very chill. I don’t know, man. I think, we’re just chillin’. It’s whatever. That’s not the real world.

What made you want Ariana as the female vocalist for the first single, “My Favorite Part”?

That’s what I love hearing her on—simple, melodic things, where her voice is in the front of everything. After we did “The Way” so long ago, we never did a record, I never got her on anything. I made it, and I don’t know, it was kind of cosmic.

When I’m doing collaborations, I always try and think of what I would like to hear somebody on, whether it be their normal style of music or not. I would say, that might be of the things I could call my strengths, looking beyond what’s there.

Source: WMagazine.com