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We’ve known for a while now that Beyoncé would be headlining this year’s Coachella, making up for having to ditch the massively popular musical festival last year in favor of, you know, giving birth. Now, it’s been revealed that two of Queen Bey’s recent collaborators, The Weeknd—who appeared on her 2016 magnum opus, Lemonadeand Eminem—who recently recruited her for a pretty awful song on his latest album, Revival—would be taking the festival’s other two headlining spots.

The show’s full set-list shows a firm movement this year in the direction of rap and R&B, with names like SZA, Cardi B, Migos, and Tyler, The Creator all sitting near the top of the list, alongside more traditional rockers like St. Vincent, Haim, and David Byrne. You can see the full set-list for the festival, which will run on the weekends of April 13 and 20 this year, below; a full schedule will land on the festival’s site some time later this year.

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