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Grace Corbet Kisner
Kings of Leon, Arcade Fire, Kanye West headline Coachella 2011
The 2011 edition of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival will include headliners the Kings of Leon, the Arcade Fire and rapper Kanye West.
Late Tuesday evening, promoter Goldenvoice released the lineup for the annual festival, slated for April 15-17 at Empire Polo in Indio.
The eclectic festival, now in its 12th year, will feature everyone from colorful neo-soul singer Cee-Lo Green (of “Forget You” and its unprintable alternate fame) to ’80s fashion-pop outfit Duran Duran; electronica legends and six-time festival performers the Chemical Brothers to the sadcore stylings of the National; and the punk/blues of the Black Keys to costumed superheroes the Aquabats.
The arts aspect of Coachella will feature a partnership with the Creators Project, which will work with headliners as well as curate a series of installations by artists who use technology.
Campers will be able to take advantage of a farmers’ market, a 24-hour general store, a free grocery-store shuttle and a roller rink.
Three-day festival and camping passes go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, January 21, via www.coachella.com, ticketmaster.com and (800) 745-3000. Tickets are $269 (not including surcharges) and camping is $75. Layaway and VIP are also available.
The initial lineup, in alphabetical order:
!!!, 12th Planet, Afrojack, Alf Alpha, Andy C, Angus and Julia Stone, Animal Collective, the Aquabats, Arcade Fire, Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti, A-Trak, Axwell, Beardyman, Best Coast, Big Audio Dynamite, Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears, the Black Keys, Bloody Beetroots Death Crew 77, Bomba Estereo, Boys Noize, Brandon Flowers, Brandt Brauer Frick, Breakage, Bright Eyes and Broken Social Scene.
Cage the Elephant, Caifanes, Caspa, the Chemical Brothers, Chromeo, Chuckie, City and Colour, Clare Maguire, Cold Cave, Cold War Kids, Crystal Castles, CSS, Cults, Cut Copy, Daedelus, Death From Above 1979, Delorean, Delta Sprirt, DJ Hype, DJ Kentaro, DJ Marky, DJ Zinc, the Drums, Duck Sauce and Duran Duran.
EE, Elbow, Electric Touch, Eliza Doolittle, Ellie Goulding, Emicida, Empire of the Sun, Erick Morillo, Erykah Badu, Excision, Fat Freddy’s Drop, Fedde Le Grand, the Felice Brothers, Fistful of Mercy, Flogging Molly, Foals, Foster the People, Francis and the Lights, Freelance Whales and fun.
G.Q., Gayngs, Glasser, Gogol Bordello, Good Old War, Gord Downie, Goth Trad, Cee-Lo Green, Green Velvet, Gypsy and the Cat, HEALTH, the Henry Clay People, Here We Go Magic, High Contrast, Hurts, Interpol, Jack Beats, Jack’s Mannequin, Jakes, Jenny and Johnny, Jimmy Eat World, Joachim Garraud, the Joy Formidable and Joy Orbison.
Kanye West, Kele, the Kills, Kings of Leon, Klaxons, Kode9, Kyle Hall, Laidback Luke, Leftfield, Lightning Bolt, Lil’ B, Lorn, the London Suede, Los Bunkers, the Love Language, Magnetic Man, Mariachi El Bronx, Marina and the Diamonds, Mary Anne Hobbs, MEN, Menomena, Monarchy, the Morning Benders, Mount Kimbie, Moving Units, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Mumford & Sons and Nas & Damian Marley.
The National, Neon Trees, New Pants, the New Pornographers, Nosaj Thing, OFF!, OFWGKTA, Omar Rodriguez Lopez, One Day as a Lion, Ozomatli, the Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Paul van Dyk, Phantogram, Phosphorescent, PJ Harvey, the Presets and Plan B.
The Radio Dept., Ramadanman, Raphael Saadiq, Ras G, Ratatat, Riva Starr, Robyn, Roska, the Rural Alberta Advantage, Rye Rye, Sander Kleinenberg, Sasha, SBTRKT, Scala & Kolacny Bros., Scissor Sisters, She Wants Revenge, Shpongle, Skrillex, Sleigh Bells, Steve Angello, the Strokes, Sven Vath and the Swell Season.
Take, the Tallest Man on Earth, Tame Impala, Terror Danjah, Thao and the Get Down Stay Down, The Twelves, Thunderball, Tinie Tempah, Titus Andronicus, Tokimonsta, Trampled by Turtles, Trentemoller, Twin Shadow, Two Door Cinema Club, Warpaint, Wire, Wiz Khalifa, Yacht, Yelle and Zed Bias.
For more information, go to www.coachella.com.
– posted at 9:58 p.m. by Cathy Maestri