Method Man & Redman have been tapped to join the star-studded lineup for the Heineken House stage at Coachella 2023.
On Thursday (March 23), Coachella took to Instagram to announce the bill for the beer-sponsored stage. “All the music, none of the breaks,” the caption read.
In addition to Meth & Red, a number of dance DJs will knock out sets on the same stage during the event, including Felix da Housecat, Austin Millz, Snakehips and more.
Performances at Heineken House will be held the weekends of April 14-16 and April 21-23. Check out the full lineup below.
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When it comes to the main festival, Pusha T, Metro Boomin and Frank Ocean are among the star-studded lineup of artists slated to head to the California desert.
Organizers revealed the full bill for the event in January, which will see Coachella return to the Empire Polo Club in Indio for its famous annual three-day festival.
Frank Ocean returns to the stage for his first festival performance of the decade. He will headline both Sundays and fans are already speculating that he will release new music prior to Coachella. His last album arrived in 2016 in the form of the critically-acclaimed Blonde.
“Ain’t no way Frank Ocean is gonna be playing 7+ year old music when he headlines Coachella in April. Call me delusional but this man has to be dropping an album before April,” one hopeful fan tweeted.
Metro Boomin is coming off the release of his Heroes & Villains album, which topped the Billboard 200 in December. Fans have their fingers crossed that the super producer will bring along some special guests such as Future, Travis Scott and 21 Savage, who made multiple appearances on the project.
Outside of Metro and Pusha T, Hip Hop fans will be able to enjoy sets from Kid Laroi, $uicideboy$, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Latto, Earthgang, Flo Milli, GloRilla, 070 Shake, Rae Sremmurd and more throughout the festival weekend.
Valley Music Travel has partnered with Coachella to offer travel packages with hotel accommodations and festival ticket bundles. For fans not in attendance come April, YouTube will livestream all of the performances through the festival’s official channel.