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The wait is over! The 2024 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival lineup is finally here. The three-day, two-weekend festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio is returning to the dry desert on April 12-14 and April 19-21, 2024. While some of the names listed on the Coachella 2024 lineup are exciting to fans, others aren’t sure how to feel about it. Artists such as Lana Del Rey, Tyler, the Creator, and Doja Cat will headline the festival. Other performers such as Peso Pluma, Bleachers, Sabrina Carpenter, Bebe Rexha, Ice Spice, Tinashe, Suki Waterhouse, Lil Yachty, No Doubt, and more will take the stage during Coachella 2024. But some fans aren’t pleased with the lineup, according to these reaction tweets on X.

Coachella typically releases their yearly lineup early January, so when the lineup was released late Tuesday, Jan. 16, fans were worried but excited for a possible surprise. Unfortunately, fans were underwhelmed by the artists announced as part of this year’s lineup. Many music lovers consider Coachella 2023 to be one the most iconic lineups, with Harry Styles, Bad Bunny, Frank Ocean and many more listed — fans waited out in the desert for hours to see their favorite musicians. Fans have embarked on a rollercoaster of emotions this year, and are not afraid of showing it. 

Fans either loved the lineup or were extremely disappointed. Fans of No Doubt went absolutely feral, and could not believe the four-piece band was reuniting for the festival. 

Gwen Stefani, the lead singer of the band, revealed No Doubt’s upcoming performance on Instagram, as she shared the festival lineup in her story. 

Among the love for No Doubt, countless other fans either didn’t find any artists appealing, or felt that Coachella’s become a washed-out festival. 

Other fans were over the moon about Lana Del Rey, Doja Cat, and Tyler, the Creator headlining. 

For any fans complaining, it’s possible that artists will bring special guests to their set. Coachella is notorious for bringing in iconic artists to sing alongside some of the performers. Harry Styles brought out Shania Twain in 2023, Future brought out Drake in 2017, Chance the Rapper brought out Justin Bieber in 2014, and Frank Ocean brought out Tyler, the Creator in 2012.

Don’t let the lineup scare you away just yet — some of your favorite artists might still make an appearance this year. 

Camryn Bacon graduated from Texas A&M University in December 2023 with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Journalism. She is a Style writer for Her Campus National, covering fashion, beauty, and more. Her main topic of choice is fashion because Camryn loves experimenting with colorful clothing and statement pieces. Beyond Her Campus, Camryn wrote for an on-campus magazine, 'A-Line Magazine' at Texas A&M University, where she wrote online articles and created a print issue each semester. She covered everything from influencers to rom-coms to astrology but especially loves to talk about anything, fashion and lifestyle. She also interned for 'BEAT Magazine,' overseeing editorial operations and social media engagement. She has written for the Galveston County Daily News, where she interned during the summer of 2023. Her dreams are to work for 'Interview Magazine' and live in New York, the concrete jungle dreams are made of. In her free time, Camryn enjoys thrifting with her mom, writing poetry, and trying new coffee shops. You can often find her posting to Instagram about what new stories she's writing, on her poetry account or talking about The Beatles. Her favorite show is 'Sex And The City,' but she cannot go a day without watching at least one episode of 'Friends' (she even has a CD in her car that plays it).