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Coachella 2024: African Artists Tems, DJ Spinall, Tyla Take The Stage

The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, a very popular music event in California, USA, has just revealed its performers for 2024. This year, African artists Tems from Nigeria, DJ Spinall also from Nigeria, Tyla from South Africa, and Skepta from the UK will be performing. They join other famous names like Lana Del Rey, Tyler, the Creator, and Doja Cat.

Tems, known for her RnB and Afrobeats music, is returning to Coachella. She performed last year with other African stars like Burna Boy. 

Tyla, who is famous for blending Amapiano, RnB, Afrobeats, and pop, is also expected to attract a lot of attention. She has a hit song called “Water” and an album coming out soon.

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Coachella 2024 will happen over two weekends, April 12-14 and April 19-21, at The Empire Polo Club in Indio, California. Apart from Coachella, Tyla is also set to perform at another big music festival in New York City, called Governors Ball, in June.

The lineup for Coachella this year includes many famous artists. Renee Rapp, Sabrina Carpenter, Ice Spice, Suki Waterhouse, Lil Yachty, and Bebe Rexha will also perform. No Doubt, a band led by Gwen Stefani, is making a comeback and will perform too. Gwen Stefani hinted that they might start making music again.

At Coachella, celebrities often wear unique and creative outfits. In the past, they wore bohemian styles with lots of decorations like face gems and flower crowns. Recently, the style has become more subtle and simple, like what famous models Kendall Jenner and Hailey Bieber wore last year.

To buy tickets for Coachella, you can go to Coachella official website. The tickets will be on sale starting January 20. The organizers suggest that buying tickets for the second weekend might be easier.

This event brings together artists from several countries, including Africa, and it’s a place where African artists can show their talent to a large audience. It’s exciting to see African music and artists getting recognition on such a big international stage.