Coachella 2020 may officially have their headliners, with reports surfacing that Frank Ocean and Travis Scott will take top billing at the festival alongside Rage Against The Machine, according to Us Weekly. It was previously reported the recently reunited Rage Against The Machine would headline the festival, having last played together in 2011, and now Ocean and Scott have reportedly been added to the mix according to Us Weekly's sources.
Taking place over two weekends next spring, it’s not yet clear which act will perform on which dates between April 10 and April 19, 2020. A newly reunited Rage Against The Machine—who headlined the very first Coachella in 1999—shared a handful of tour dates on Instagram which included April 10 and 17 in Indio, California where Coachella is held.
While Scott last hit the Coachella stage in 2017, this would mark Frank’s first slot at the festival since 2012 and Rage Against The Machine’s first since 2007; likely making them two of the most anticipated sets.