Coachella is getting cinematic this year. In addition to the headlining trio of Beyoncé, Radiohead and Kendrick Lamar, the music festival will also play host to Hans Zimmer. No word on what the film composer will perform, but he has a vast catalogue to choose from: The Academy Award winner has scored everything from “The Lion King” and “Inception” to “The Thin Red Line” and “Pirates of the Caribbean.”
Beyoncé, who’s headlining the second night of the festival, made brief appearances during her husband Jay Z’s set in 2010 and her sister Solange’s gig in 2014, but this marks her first official appearance. Radiohead and Lamar have both performed at the desert festival, however, and the two will headline the final night. Coachella once again takes place over two weekends at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California this year: April 14 – 16 and April 21 – 23.
New Order, Lorde, Bon Iver, Travis Scott, Father John Misty, Dillon Francis, DJ Snake, Gucci Mane, Justice, Madeon and Future Islands are among the many other performers scheduled to perform.