The Heineken House, which is located inside the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in Indio, has announced lineups for both of its weekends in the desert and its roster is filled with house, hip-hop and R&B artists.
During weekend one, April 14-16, the Heineken House will feature Walker & Royce, Felix Da Housecat, Hannah Wants, Lee Wells and Bones starting on Friday. On Saturday, Method Man & Redman, Austin Millz, DJ Pee .Wee (Anderson .Paak), Andre Power and Sweet Like Chocolate will perform. Sunday will include Nghtmre, LondonBridge, Whipped Cream, Niiko x Swae and Tony H.
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As for weekend two, April 21-23, fans can enjoy sets from Chris Stussy, Emmit Fenn, Francis Mercier, HoneyLuv and Antoinette Van Dewark on Friday. Saturday will see performances from SG Lewis, Franc Moody, TEED, Coco & Breezy and Zen Freeman. And closing out on Sunday will be Snakehips, Fleetmac Wood, Bontan, Black V Neck and Max Styler on the decks.
The Heineken House branded activation almost serves as yet another stage at Coachella. The beer company is also dropping its new Heineken Silver lager at the festival, too, and those 21-and-older can get a taste during these live performances.
The lineup for the 2023 installment of the global fest includes headliners Frank Ocean, Bad Bunny and Blackpink, as well Rosalia, Gorillaz, The Chemical Brothers, Calvin Harris, Burna Boy, Becky G, Yungblud, The Kid Laroi, Charli XCX, Underworld, Björk, Kali Uchis, Porter Robinson, Pusha T, Wet Leg, The Garden, Remi Wolf, Willow and dozens more.
Passes to weekend one of Coachella are sold out, but weekend two passes can be purchased starting at $549 at coachella.com.
Holly Alvarado | Festivals & Events Reporter Holly Alvarado has lived as a music and festival fanatic since day one. She is the Festival & Events reporter for the Southern California News Group after freelancing for various music publications such as Remezcla, Pitchfork, Consequence of Sound, and a handful of local Los Angeles-based magazines. Holly transferred from Mt.San Antonio College to Cal State Long Beach, where she majored in Journalism and a minor in Womens Studies, with music theory also under her belt. When she isn’t attending an event, you can find her playing the bass, watering plants, spinning some tunes for her local radio show Las Chicas, hammocking with friends at the park, or watching the best show on earth, The Office, as she would say.