Coachella releases official performer schedule for Weekend TwoSet time changes and replacements.

Adrien Vargas // REVOLT

Apr 19, 2017

Last week, just two days before the festival officially began, Coachella organizers announced the schedule for the line-up of Weekend One. And now that we're a couple of days out from Weekend Two, they've done the same.

Though there aren't many changes, fans will notice that headliner Kendrick Lamar is performing 10 minutes later on Sunday, and headliner Lady Gaga is performing 10 minutes earlier on Saturday.

Additionally, Bishop Briggs' set will move from Saturday to Sunday where she'll be filling in the time-slot that originally belonged to French rap duo PNL who were forced to cancel both their appearances due to immigration issues.

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