It looks like Kanye West will perform at Coachella 2019 after all.
West is bringing his latest musical endeavor, “Sunday Service,” to the desert on Easter Sunday, during Coachella’s second weekend.
In January, Ye was in talks to headline the music festival in Indio, California but negotiations fell through after disagreements over ’Ye’s stage design.
West refused to perform on a traditional 60×40 flat stage that all performers normally use when they headline, and festival organizers refused to accommodate him. In the end, they went their separate ways.
Coachella later announced that Ariana Grande and Childish Gambino would be the main performers this year.
But on Sunday, Kanye made the surprise announcement, on board a privately chartered plane, that he is bringing Sunday Service to the festival on April 21st.
Yeezy’s “Sunday Service” has become an exclusive celebrity-filled event, in the hills of Calabasas. Celebs like Chris Rock, DMX, Katy Perry and the entire Kardashian klan have been spotted at Sunday Service.
This will be Kanye’s third time performing at the festival. He headlined in 2011 and took the stage in 2006 and 2016.
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