The 2024 lineup has been announced, and it’s a big one.
Each year descend on, with the 2023 festival drawing over 500,000 people.
And 2024 looks set to be just as massive, as fans are .
Just days ago, a poster made the rounds on purporting – and featured none other than The .
Fans desperately wanted it to be true but were, understandably, wary – and it’s now been confirmed the poster was faked as there is no sign of Posh, Scary, Baby, Sporty or Ginger on the line-up.
But another iconic group actually are reuniting for Coachella 2024: No Doubt.
The US rock band starring as frontwoman had massive success with hit tracks like Don’t Speak and Just A Girl, and have sold 33 million records worldwide.
They split in 2015, but are now confirmed to be returning for Coachella – and the band themselves have celebrated via their official X account, writing: ‘We’ll see you in the desert this April!’
The festival also features major headliners, with Lana Del Rey, Tyler, The Creator and Doja Cat all confirmed.
Other highlights include Blur, Ice Spice, Grimes, J Balvin, Renée Rapp, Taking Back Sunday, Lil Uzi Vert, Sabrina Carpenter, Tyla – and Suki Waterhouse, who is expecting her first child with Twilight star Robert Pattinson.
It’s Gwen and co who fans are losing their minds over however, as it marks the first show for the rockers in almost nine years, their last performance coming in September 2015 at California’s Kaaboo festival.
Fans of the band flocked to X to share their thoughts, with user @selsgaga summing it up by writing: ‘IN-F*****G-SANE!’
User Kait said ‘YOU ARE CHANGING LIVES WITH THIS IM SO SERIOUS,’ while @bigtimedogs announced ‘LIFE IS GOOD.’
People are already clamouring for No Doubt to do a bigger tour as part of a full reunion, with users begging the band to come to other cities in the US, Indonesia, Brazil, Chile, Europe and more.
There’s no word yet on whether the No Doubt reunion will take them any further afield than Coachella, but watch this space.
Gwen herself still has a stellar career as a solo artist, and last year performed across the UK at some landmark venues.
She kicked off with Warwick Castle in June, followed by the likes of Harewood House in Leeds, Bolesworth Castle in Chester and the Broadlands Estate in Hampshire.
Gwen, who also supported Pink at BST Hyde Park last summer, has a real love for British music, and said she wouldn’t be where she is today without it.
She said: ‘I don’t think I would ever be me without the incredible musical influences of the UK. I am so excited to be back! This is going to be an amazing show.’
Fingers crossed she says the same thing about No Doubt bringing a reunion tour to the island…