Jhené Aiko, Chlöe, Victoria Monét and More


The 2024 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival lineup has been revealed. The festival returns April 12-14 and April 19-24 in Indio, California.

This year’s headliners include Lana Del Rey, Tyler, the Creator and Doja Cat. Legendary rock band No Doubt will also make a special appearance. 

Several R&B/soul acts will hit the stage, including Jhené Aiko, Jon Batiste, Victoria Monét, Chlöe, Tems, Tinashe, Brittany Howard, Tyla and FLO.

Fans can register now for access to passes. Presale tickets will be available Friday, Jan. 19, at 11 a.m. PT. According to Coachella’s organizers, “For your best chance at passes, look to Weekend 2.” 

General admission ranges from $499 to $599. For those interested in shuttle services, general admission ranges from $619 to $719. VIP tickets range from $1,069 to $1,269.

Additionally, there are camping bundles and other add-ons for festivalgoers. Full ticketing details are available on Coachella’s official website.

Aiko’s upcoming Coachella appearance follows the release of her latest single, “Sun/Son,” an ode to her and Big Sean’s son, born in 2022. The song follows her 2023 tracks, “calm & patient” and “alive & well (gratitude mantra).”

Victoria Monét Jaguar II coverVictoria Monét Jaguar II cover
Cover Art: Foxxatron (Courtesy of RCA Records)

Monét, up for seven nominations at the 66th Grammy Awards, will support her debut album, JAGUAR II. The album includes her hit single “On My Mama,” which topped urban radio in November 2023. 

JAGUAR II was ranked No. 2 on Rated R&B’s 25 Best R&B Albums of 2023 list. “The fully developed LP is a succinct display of where Monét has come from while laying the foundation of continued success for what’s to come,” wrote Danielle Brissett. 

Chlöe will also support her debut album, In Pieces, which was among Rated R&B’s 25 Best R&B Albums of 2023 list. Later this month, she will be honored with the Generation Next award at the 2024 Urban One Honors. The star-studded ceremony airs Sunday, Feb. 25, at 8 p.m. ET on TV One. 

Tinashe BB/ANG3L album coverTinashe BB/ANG3L album cover
Nice Life Recording Company

As for Tinashe, she will be promoting her latest project, BB/ANG3L, released in 2023. Before Coachella, Tinashe will headline her BB/ANG3L Tour, which kicks off in February. Perhaps she may celebrate her debut album, Aquarius, which turns 10 later this year. 

Tems dropped two solo singles in 2023, “Me & U” and “Not An Angel.” The former has more than 44 million streams on Spotify, while the latter, released in December, has surpassed 5 million streams on the platform. 

Howard will embark on her headlining What Now Tour ahead of the festival. The tour is named after her second solo album, What Now, out Feb. 9. The tour begins Feb. 6 in Chicago, Illinois, and concludes at the Bonnaroo Festival in Manchester, Tennessee, on June 15.

Tyla album coverTyla album cover
Fax Records/Epic Records

Tyla will kick off the European leg of her headlining debut tour ahead of Coachella. The tour, as well as her Coachella performance, will support her self-titled debut album, out March 1 on Epic Records.

The album will include her platinum-selling single “Water,” which is No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100 at the time of publication. 

See the full Coachella 2024 lineup below.

Get tickets at Coachella’s official website.

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