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Coachella 2024: K-Pop Bands ATEEZ, The Rose, LE SSERAFIM To Take Over The American Stage In April

K-Pop musicians ATEEZ, The Rose and LE SSERAFIM will be performing at Coachella for the first time ever.

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The biggest music festival is back again!

On January 17, the official social media handle of Coachella revealed the lineup, which never disappoints. The music festival will be headlined by Lana Del Ray, Tyler, the Creator and Doja Cat, and will also see a reunion of the band No Doubt.

But just because the festival is going to be held in America doesn't mean only Western artists would be performing. We're all aware of the infecting K-Pop wave, and how there has been a substantial growth in K-Pop performances at international events over the last few years. Be it j-hope headlining Lollapalooza or NewJeans performing at Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve event, many such K-Pop artists have crossed South Korean borders. 

Coming April, we will witness ATEEZ, LE SSERAFIM, and The Rose taking over the stage at Coachella. K-Pop was bound to be included in the lineup for 2024 after BLACKPINK's groundbreaking performance last year, which made them the festival's first K-pop headliners.

Joining headliner Lana Del Rey will be ATEEZ on April 12 & 19. April 13 & 20 will witness headliner Tyler, the Creator as well as girl group LE SSERAFIM. Finally, April 14 & 21 will feature headliner Doja Cat along with indie rock band The Rose.

ATEEZ will make history by becoming the first Korean boy group to set foot on the Coachella stage, expanding their presence on a global music platform. They have recently announced their 3rd Japanese single titled 'Not Okay.' As for The Rose, the indie band is currently on a tour across Europe and Asia, and will be performing at Lollapalooza Mumbai this month.

LE SSERAFIM will be the second female K-Pop act to perform at the festival. The girl group's member Huh Yun-jin will be embarking into the western music scene by featuring in MAX's new album 'Love In Stereo.' Peggy Gou, a South Korean DJ, will also be playing a set at the music festival. 

Apart from them, the lineup also features a roster of other performers, including Peso Pluma, Lil Uzi Vert,  Sabrina Carpenter, Tyla, The Japanese House, Blur, Ice Spice, Gesaffelstein, Jon Batiste, RAYE, Saint Levant, J Balvin, Jhené Aiko, Lil Yachty, DJ Snake, AP Dhillon, Reneé Rapp, Bebe Rexha, Coi Leray, NAV, Victoria Monét, Olivia Dean, and many many more. 

The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival 2024 will be spread over two weekends - April 12 to 14 and April 19 to 21 at the Empire Polo Club in the picturesque Coachella Valley in Indio, California.