American R&B crooner Frank Ocean sent fans into a frenzy on Friday as the Grammy-award winning star was announced, on Thursday, January 2, as one of the headliners for the 2020 staging of Coachella.
Taking the stage on Sunday April 12 and April 19, the Thinking Bout You singer has been on the minds of many Twitter users, as the upcoming live performance will be his first since the Flow Festival in 2017.
Frank Ocean is joined by hip-hop star Travis Scott and rock band Rage Against the Machine as the headliners for #Coachella2020.
This year will be Californian festival’s first time without a female headliner since 2016, as Lady Gaga, Beyoncé and Ariana Grande have each had a slot in the past three years.
Jamaica’s very own Koffee, Lana Del Rey, Megan Thee Stallion and Summer Walker are among the female performers.
Anticipation for Coachella remains high as tickets for the first weekend sold out in minutes, following the festival’s line-up reveal yesterday.