Happy April! You know what that means — it’s almost Coachella season! Yesteryears of Coachellas past have seen memorable performances from Beyoncé’s historical headlining set in 2018 to the iconic reunion of second-generation K-pop girl group 2NE1 in 2022. Coachella 2024’s lineup is filled with an eclectic range of artists, but we’re especially looking forward to the Asian acts from across the globe.

This year, the performers range from powerhouse K-pop group ATEEZ and Vocaloid character Hatsune Miku to R&B icon Jhené Aiko and many more. You can catch them all performing across two back-to-back weekends in April. Whether you’re gearing up for a weekend to remember in Indio, California, or searching for more artists to add to your playlist, Team EnVi has got you covered with this year’s must-see Asian artists at Coachella!

ATEEZ (April 12 & 19)

In 2018, the eight-member K-pop boy group ATEEZ embarked on an adventure of a lifetime — and with each year passing, it only continues to get more exciting. Dubbed K-pop’s resident pirates following their debut lead singles “Treasure” and “Pirate King,” it’s no surprise that the group is determined to leave their mark across the world. This year’s conquest? Being the first K-pop boy group to take the stage at Coachella.

“8 makes 1 team!” That’s the motto for HONGJOONG, SEONGHWA, YUNHO, YEOSANG, SAN, MINGI, WOOYOUNG, and JONGHO. And it’s that fierce camaraderie that has led to ATEEZ’s ever-growing global success and dedicated fanbase, ATINY. From being nominated for Artist of the Year at the 2019 MAMA Awards — a notable feat for being rookies — to debuting at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart with their latest LP, THE WORLD EP. FIN : WILL, ATEEZ outdo themselves time and time again. 

They are also acclaimed for their first-rate performances and commitment to storytelling, something festival goers can surely look forward to during their Coachella set. In 2021, ATEEZ put their skills to the test as they went head-to-head with some of the most prominent performers in the K-pop industry as part of the reality survival show Kingdom: Legendary War. But they went above and beyond by including their lore in each of their performance stages, which eventually earned them third place in the competition overall. 

Popular tracks that you can hope to hear on their Coachella setlist may be anything from energetic dubstep-influenced track “HALAZIA” (a direct callback to ATEEZ’s 2019 hit “HALA HALA (Hearts Awakened, Live Alive)”) to the anarchist cyberpunk song “Guerrilla.” Other contenders include the experimental yet delightfully boisterous bop “BOUNCY (K-HOT CHILLI PEPPERS)” and the dancehall, Afro-beat-influenced earworm “Crazy Form.” If you find you just can’t get enough of ATEEZ’s music and their impressive performances, the group has also teased their upcoming 2024 world tour “TOWARDS THE LIGHT : WILL TO POWER,” which they kicked off earlier in Seoul. Make sure to check out ATEEZ at Coachella 2024 on April 12 and 19 — you won’t want to miss this historic set!

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SAINT LEVANT (April 13 & 20)

Saint Levant can be described as many things but the one thing that shines the brightest through him and his music is his love for heritage. Coming from a mixed background of Palestinian, Algerian, French and Serbian heritage, these influences pour into his songs. The multilingual rapper began his career during the pandemic on TikTok making videos on the history of Palestine, which lead to his first single in the same year, “Jerusalem Freestyle.” 

From there began a whirlwind career over the past three years, earning Saint Levant’s place as a prominent figure in the MENA pop industry. Kickstarting his momentum with tracks like “Nails,” and “Very Few Friends,” Levant quickly garnered attention for his distinctive sound and introspective lyrics. His music, characterized by infectious melodies and thoughtful storytelling, resonated with audiences across the region.

Coachella marks the beginning of Saint Levant’s 2024 performances in the festival circuit. He canceled his first tour, “From Gaza, With Love,” late last year to stand in solidarity with the Palestinian people. After his two weekends in the valley you can catch him at Governors Ball in NYC alongside fellow Coachella performers Peso Pluma and Tyla, as well as the Rosendal Garden Party in Stockholm, Sweden in June.

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YOASOBI (April 12 & 19)

YOASOBI are no strangers to the music festival scene. The J-pop duo, composed of producer-songwriter Ayase and singer-songwriter Ikura, are making a name for themselves worldwide. Despite having only debuted in late 2019, they have performed at renowned music festivals such as Clockenflap, Head In The Clouds, Rock in Japan, and SUMMER SONIC — and it was just announced they’re set to attend Lollapalooza this summer. They also opened for British rock band Coldplay for the sold-out dates of their “Music of the Spheres World Tour” at the Tokyo Dome in Japan. So if you’re wondering who you shouldn’t miss at Coachella this year, it is definitely the coveted rising stars YOASOBI.

Sometimes the universe brings people together unexpectedly, and that was the case when it came to the conception of YOASOBI. In an interview with PAPER Magazine, it was explained that Ayase stumbled upon Ikura online when searching for a vocalist to feature on an upcoming project of his. In late 2019, they ended up releasing their debut single “Yori ni Kakeru,” which translates to “Racing into the Night,” and quickly rose to stardom. “Yori ni Kakeru” was such a success that it ended up securing the No. 1 spot on Billboard Japan’s cumulative Hot 100 of the Year chart. 

The duo brings storytelling to another level through their music. NYLON explained, “Their tracks are inspired by fiction published on monogatary.com, a hub for aspiring writers online.” And the results serve as a reminder that popular music is not solely bound to one sound or genre, but rather, it’s ever-changing. More than anything, YOASOBI can be relied on for tracks with impressive vocals from Ikura and a compelling composition by Ayase. The power the duo holds when working together is exactly why they’re sought after by everything from music festivals to major anime soundtracks — the most notable being “Idol” for the anime Oshi no Ko. With an impressive track record and exemplary catalog so early into their careers, you won’t want to miss your chance to see why YOASOBI is all the rage!

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LE SSERAFIM (April 13 & 20)

LE SSERAFIM, whose name is an anagram for “I’m fearless,” will make sure you have a perfect night at this year’s Coachella. Since their debut in 2022, LE SSERAFIM have released several bangers that have a hallmark touch setting them apart from others. From their bold anti-drop debut single “FEARLESS” to the funky hip-hop hit “UNFORGIVEN (feat. Nile Rodgers),” the girls flaunt their confidence through their music while pushing the bounds of pop.

Members YUNJIN, CHAEWON, SAKURA, KAZUHA, and EUNCHAE can proudly claim to be the K-pop girl group with the highest-selling album in Hanteo history for first-day sales with their first LP UNFORGIVEN — a notable feat in the quintet’s career. But their presence and power within the music industry does not stop there. Their debut EP FEARLESS earned them a No.1 spot on the iTunes Top Albums chart in 13 countries. Meanwhile, their second EP, ANTIFRAGILE, saw their first debut on the Billboard 200 chart. Taking the world by storm, LE SSERAFIM took things to the next level with their all-English collaboration with Overwatch 2. Despite being a collaboration, “Perfect Night” made its mark on Melon’s Top 100 chart as the first English-language song by a K-pop girl group to top the chart. 

LE SSERAFIM make breaking records and earning accolades look EASY. Their latest EP of the same title landed them their debut on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, along with a No. 2 on Billboard’s Top Album Sales chart. But the girls are not just some overnight sensation — they have put in the work to get where they are now. Members SAKURA and CHAEWON were previously groupmates in former K-pop girl group IZ*ONE; meanwhile, YUNJIN competed on the survival audition show Produce 48. YUNJIN’s strong vocals come from her background in musical theater, and KAZUHA’s graceful dance skills are thanks to her lifelong dedication to ballet

You won’t want to miss out on seeing what this fearless sensation of a girl group is all about on April 13 and 20!

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THUY (April 13 & 20)

Vietnamese-American R&B artist Thuy is someone to look out for. The 29-year-old has not only garnered attention for her music but for sharing her story about pursuing her dreams. The Bay Area singer-songwriter (and her story of courage and patience) is an inspiration for many up-and-coming artists. Shortly after quitting her optometry job, Thuy moved to Los Angeles to become a full-time musician. In 2015, the artist gained attention when her track “Hands on Me” won a radio competition in the Bay Area. Before long, her big break came on TikTok when her R&B track “All Night Long” went viral three years after its debut in 2018. The sensual track’s popularity was just the beginning for Thuy. 

@thuymusic let me know!! #whichsong #first #spotify #spotifyplaylist #discoverme ♬ All Night Long – Thuy

TikTok continued to change this powerhouse’s life with her 2021 tracks such as “In my bag” and “universe” being loved by the internet. The saccharine love song, “universe,”  stitched with endless romance stories on TikTok was written about her true love — her dog. She continues to outdo herself, garnering more attention and performing on bigger and greater stages. In 2022, Thuy was invited to perform at 88rising’s Head in The Clouds Music Festival. Now flash forward to 2024, she is set to be the first Vietnamese singer to perform at Coachella. 2024 continues to be full of milestones for the soloist. In March, she was a headliner for Jaded’s 2024 FRIENDS:FOREVER showcase at the annual SXSW (South by Southwest) festival, one of the most renowned film and music festivals in the United States. Don’t miss out on her groundbreaking Coachella stage on April 13 and 20. 

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ATARASHII GAKKO! (April 14 & 21)

With their band name translating to “New School Leaders,” members Suzuka, Mizyu, Rin, and Kanon debuted in 2015 with an edgy and fierce sound despite their young image. In 2020, the Japanese girl group ATARASHII GAKKO! made their international debut at 88rising‘s Head in the Clouds festival with their single “NAINAINAI.” With an unpredictable performance style and sound, the group introduced festival attendees to new sides of themselves and Japan. ATARASHII GAKKO! has successfully experimented with an array of genres including rock, hip-hop, and dance. From techno hit “Freaks” — which features Japan’s national sport of sumo wrestling in its music video — to retro track “OTONABLUE,” this girl group proves they can do it all. One of their most iconic singles, “Tokyo Calling,” pays homage to the Showa era of film and tokusatsu visual effects. This bass-heavy, rock track has garnered over 9.9 million views on YouTube and 6.2 million streams on Spotify in just under six months. 

Embracing themes of youthful rebellion, the group has their eyes on one thing and one thing only: breaking the expectations of being a female J-pop group. Impassioned with girl power, they adorn their seifuku — Japanese school uniforms — as outfits to fight stereotypes about femininity. Taking control of their vision, the group even goes as far as choreographing their routines, creating a unique signature that could only scream ATARASHII GAKKO!

In late October 2023, the group sold out their first solo arena concert at the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium. But the world is their oyster and the girl group is setting out on their first world tour with stops across Europe, Asia, and more destinations to be revealed in the future. On their way to becoming global superstars, don’t miss your chance to say you saw ATARASHII GAKKO! at Coachella 2024!

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AP DHILLON (April 14 & 21)

Indo-Canadian musician AP Dhillon is the dominating force in Punjabi music, blending traditional folk melodies with trap beats to captivate listeners. Hailing from Gurdaspur, India, Dhillon stormed onto the music scene in 2019. Now, five years later and boasting over 10 million monthly listeners just on Spotify and a sold out North American arena tour, he will be making his Coachella debut. A long time coming, his set, as well as fellow Indo-Canadian NAV’s set, comes a year after Diljit Dosanjh’s history making full Punjabi language performance. 

Alongside his frequent collaborators Gurinder Gill, Shinda Kahlon, and Gminxr, Dhillon’s string of viral hits including “Brown Munde,” “Excuses,” and “Summer High” has cemented the collective (Run-Up Records) as bonafide diasporic stars. He even received cosigns from legendary artists like rapper Nas, who came on stage to declare Dhillon the “newest, greatest artist in the motherf**king world.” Dhilloon’s latest track “Problems Over Peace,” which he collaborated with UK rapping heavyweight, Stormzy on, is an addictive song sure to be heard during the Coachella performance. 

Known for his ability to experiment, Dhillon’s music and videos (that he often films and edits himself) tend to reflect his roots, incorporating vibrant Punjabi imagery alongside urban aesthetics. “I grew up listening to a lot of different styles of music. It was Sufi music from even Pakistan, or neighbouring countries, and music from India. That inspired me to make this sound that I have,” he told Billboard Canada in an interview last spring. You can hear his range of musical influences in his diverse music collection. For example, “Final Thoughts” is a hard-hitting, trap-heavy rap track for the hip hop heads, while “Dil Nu” has a more laidback pop vibe to it. Both tracks appear on his 2022 EP Two Hearts Never Break The Same. AP Dhillon champions a new wave of Punjabi music authentic to his ever-growing fanbase by challenging stereotypes and embracing his dual identity. Coachella attendees can expect a great time during his set both weekends!

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THE ROSE  (April 14 & 21)

South Korean indie-rock band The Rose have been quite busy trekking across the globe. From Life is Beautiful to BST Hyde Park to many Lollapalooza sets and more, the quartet seems to be unstoppable. Woosung, Dojoon, Hajoon, and Jaehyeong have worked with the utmost persistence during their time as a band — and now they’re in full bloom. In the summer of 2017, the band made their debut with the dynamic yet melancholic single “Sorry,” and they were immediately met with love from listeners worldwide. “Sorry” debuted at No.14 on Billboard’s World Digital Song Sales chart, and this would not be the last time The Rose was showered with such adoration. In fact, the group’s latest LP DUAL landed the band the No.1 spot on Billboard’s Emerging Artists chart, as well as positions on the Top Alternative Albums, Top Rock & Alternative Albums, Top Albums, and Billboard 200 charts.

From the gut-wrenchinghingly vulnerable rock ballad “She’s In The Rain” to the feel-good romantic hit “RED,” versatility is never a question for the band. What truly makes The Rose so unique is their dedication to crafting music that feels authentic and will resonate with their fans — Black Roses. The Rose’s 2022 LP HEAL is rooted in the idea that music has the ability to heal, and they even requested their fans to assist them in the writing process by sharing their own personal stories with the band. Music can be quite cathartic, but The Rose have proven this time and time again with their discography’s introspective lyricism.

As Coachella approaches, one can only wonder what The Rose will bring to their latest festival stage. Strong contenders range anywhere from the angsty breakup anthem “Back To Me” or the synth-laden heartbreak confessional “Sour.” Also known for their emotionally captivating stage presence, the quartet are a must-see act on April 14 and 21.

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HATSUNE MIKU (April 13 & 20)

Debuting with a moniker that translates to “First Sound from the Future,” virtual singer Hatsune Miku emerged onto the music scene in 2007. Initially created by Crypton Future Media as part of the Vocaloid software series, which allowed users to synthesize singing by typing in lyrics and melody, Hatsune Miku has grown into a holographic superstar. With nearly two million monthly listeners on Spotify and hundreds of millions of views on YouTube, her popularity and pioneering role in the Vocaloid community have solidified her as an influential figure in the realm of virtual music and digital culture.

She made her international concert debut in 2011 at the “Mikunopolis” concert in Los Angeles, captivating audiences with holographic performances and catchy tunes. Originally slated to perform at Coachella in 2020 before it was canceled, this year marks her highly anticipated debut at the desert festival, fulfilling the anticipation of fans who have eagerly awaited her appearance. 

Tracks like “World is Mine” and “Tell Your World” resonate with audiences worldwide, earning her a dedicated fanbase known as Mikuists. She expanded her discography by collaborating with a range of artists including Ashnikko on viral song “Daisy 2.0” and with Saramalacara on “10percs.” However, in addition to the popular fan-favorites, fans of the vocaloid can look forward to hearing something new at the festival. When asked what fans can expect to see during the Coachella set, one of Hatsune Miku’s software developers, Riki Tsuji, told the Coachella Valley Independent, “We have some new things in store, so we hope we’re able to not just bring the hits and have fans enjoy what they know, but maybe a couple of surprises that they didn’t see coming.” 

Whether selling out arenas or attending major music festivals, Hatsune Miku continues to redefine the boundaries of music and technology, inspiring a new generation of creators and fans alike.

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JHENÉ AIKO (April 14 & 21)

Jhené Aiko, the ethereal songstress hailing from Los Angeles, has carved a niche for herself in the music industry with her soulful blend of R&B, neo-soul, and alternative sounds. Coming from a mixed background of Black and Japanese heritage, her career spans two decades with a bountiful amount of influences from soul to pop to hip-hop. She burst onto the scene as a soloist with her critically acclaimed mixtape Sailing Soul(s) in 2011. Two years later, she followed up with the EP Sail Out and culminated in the release of her debut studio album Souled Out in 2014. Framed as a trilogy series, the releases earned Aiko her first GRAMMY nominations and shot her into stardom with breakout tracks “The Worst,” “Bed Peace,” and “Spotless Mind.” She also has collaborated with the likes of Childish Gambino, Miguel, and Kendrick Lamar. Aiko’s music delves into themes of love and sexuality, self-discovery, and spirituality, which resonate with a global audience.

Throughout her career, Aiko has captivated audiences with her haunting vocals and poignant storytelling, earning both critical acclaim and a devoted fan base. Baring her soul and inner-thoughts in every song, Aiko’s relatability has kept her at the top of the R&B charts. Aiko continued to evolve as an artist, releasing the critically acclaimed album Trip in 2017. Inspired by personal experiences, grief, and psychedelic influences, the album and its breakout tracks, “Sativa” (Aiko’s most streamed song to date) and “While We’re Young,” further cemented her reputation for crafting immersive, emotionally resonant music. She followed up these achievements with early 2020 album Chilombo, which housed viral track “P*$$Y Fairy.”

In addition to her solo endeavors, Jhené Aiko found success as one half of the duo TWENTY88, alongside rapper and partner Big Sean. The duo’s self-titled debut album, released in 2016, was met with widespread acclaim for its innovative sound and cohesive storytelling. Combining Aiko’s light and airy vocals with Big Sean’s dynamic lyricism, TWENTY88 explored themes of love, relationships, and personal growth. Tracks like “Selfish” and “On the Way” showcased the duo’s chemistry and ability to create compelling narratives through their music. 

Most recently, Aiko took a break to focus on her relationship and children as a mother of two. Coachella 2024 marks her return to the stage, a familiar home to her since she first performed there a decade ago in 2014. Attendees can expect to see a refreshed Aiko back in her element for the first time in years. But if you can’t catch her at the festival, you can see her on her “The Magic Hour” U.S. tour this summer.

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SID SRIRAM (April 12 & 19)

Sid Sriram’s music is the epitome of the best of both worlds. Born in India and raised in California, Sriram offers a fresh blend of genres that stem from his love for the cultures he was raised in. His first all-English LP, Sidharth, was released in August 2023 and serves as a testament to the power he holds as an artist with a diverse cultural background. 

From a young age, Sriram has been practicing the art of Carnatic music — a skill that was fostered by his mother, according to an interview with Chicago Reader. The influence of Carnatic music can be heard across his discography, such as in “Eyes Open,” with his intricate and powerful vocal abilities. But Sriram’s love for music is eclectic and is not bound to a single genre. When listening to Sriram’s discography, there is also a prevalent R&B influence from growing up in northern California. Tapping into a soulful sound with Sidharth track “Do The Dance,” Sriram showcases his vocal prowess and ability to encompass emotions with it. 

Sid Sriram will take the stage at Coachella on April 12 and 19, just as he prepares to wrap up his “SIDHARTH Tour.” He even shared on Instagram that fans can look forward to a Sidharth-centric setlist, but promises there will be tracks that highlight his Carnatic and Bollywood soundtrack career as well. Whether you’re looking to incorporate some alt-R&B to your Coachella weekend or venture into something new, Sid Sriram’s set will be a one-of-a-kind experience you can’t miss!

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TITA LAU (April 14 & 21)

What’s a great festival without an illustrious DJ set that will have your body and soul connecting with the music? Coachella understands that EDM is an ever-growing, expansive, boundary-pushing genre that is essentially the “pulse” of music today. The festival has featured plenty of DJs and electronic music acts over the last decade or so, but this year, festival goers can catch the emerging powerhouse of an act that is Tita Lau. 

Tita Lau is a DJ and producer of British and Hong Kong heritage, with a knack for incorporating her powerful vocals into her original tracks. After beginning her exploration with an ex-boyfriend’s DJ equipment, Lau quickly realized that this was something she wanted to pursue. What began as a new endeavor eventually blossomed into the kick of her career. Since then, Lau’s releases have seen success on Beatport, as well as landing on Spotify’s Housewerk playlist.

As Coachella weekend approaches, if you’re looking to dive into Tita Lau’s music, you can dig into her Soundcloud and explore her sonic expansion over the years. You can also stream her latest release, “The Madonna (Feels Like),” now — a track that is quite likely to be featured during her set. You can catch Tita Lau bringing an immense amount of energy to Coachella’s Sahara tent on April 14 and 21!

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NAV (April 14 & 21)

This year will see the return of Canadian Indian rapper NAV — seven years after he made his Coachella debut. The Toronto-based artist is well-known for his hard-hitting lyrics throughout his discography, such as the romantic confession “Don’t Compare” or the sentimental, introspective “Why You Crying Mama.” Since NAV last took the Coachella stage, he’s collected quite a few accolades underneath his belt. NAV has had a total of three albums that debuted at the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart — the most recent being his 2022 LP Demons Protected By Angels

If you think you haven’t heard of NAV yet, we beg to differ. Last summer, NAV was featured on Metro Boomin’s soundtrack for Sony Pictures’ Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse alongside rappers A Boogie Wit da Hoodie and Swae Lee. “Calling” is now the second most-streamed track of the film’s soundtrack on Spotify with over 219 million streams to date, bringing NAV’s artistry to both film and music fans alike. 

His most recent single “Baller” was released in early November last year, and since then, NAV has garnered over 10 million streams on Spotify. Both “Baller” and his Spider-Verse hit “Calling” could be contenders for his upcoming Coachella sets. This year he will be taking over the Sahara tent on April 14 and 21. Make sure to swing by NAV’s set for an energetic set that will resonate with your soul!

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DJ PEGGY GOU (April 12 & 19)

Peggy Gou, a South Korean DJ and producer, burst onto the electronic music scene in the mid-2010s, quickly gaining recognition for her innovative DJ-ing and music production approach. In 2016, she made waves with her debut EP Art of War, which showcased her ability to blend house and techno elements with intricate percussion. The release established Gou as a rising star in the global electronic music industry.

Building on that momentum, she embarked on a steady touring schedule with DJ sets at renowned clubs and festivals worldwide. In 2018, Gou played Coachella for the first time, which served as an international breakthrough for her. She soon became a festival circuit favorite with performances at other prestigious festivals such as Barcelona’s Primavera Sound, and London’s Glastonbury. 

Her track “It Makes You Forget (Itgehane),” released through her label Gudu Records, became an instant EDM hit. In it, Gou blends deep house grooves with her vocals in Korean, something she continued to implement with more songs like “Han Jan.” She explained her choice to record in Korean to Wonderland Magazine by saying, “I just wanted to do something different.” After a flurry of EP releases, including 2018’s Once and 2020’s Moment, Gou then collaborated with international superstars like South Korean singer OHHYUK, Australian pop royalty Kylie Minogue, and American rocker Lenny Kravitz

But it was 2023’s dance floor anthem “(It Goes Like) Nanana” that marked a new peak for Gou, becoming her most streamed song to date and a mainstay in her DJ sets. The song features her signature blend of house and techno influences with catchy melodies and infectious rhythms. “(It Goes Like) Nanana” is characterized by its groovy bassline, synths, and catchy hook, which consists of the repeated phrase “nanana.”

Gou’s long-awaited debut studio album, I Hear You, is on the way, slated for a June 2024 release. She just dropped her latest single from the album, “1+1=11” in anticipation for Coachella, which she will be returning to for the third time. You can also catch Gou on the international festival circuit through the rest of the year. 

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JOPLYN (April 14 & 21)

Independent electronic producer and singer JOPLYN is an artist you should be keeping your eyes on this year — especially at this year’s festival. Based in Berlin with a multinational background, the German Vietnamese Canadian artist is determined to make waves in the music industry as she pursues her craft. From a young age, JOPLYN found herself immersed in the arts, ranging anywhere from writing poetry to creating her own melodies.

Aside from creating her own music, JOPLYN has gone above and beyond to cement her place in the music industry by creating her own record label, NONE OF THE ABOVE BERLIN. She’s a force to be reckoned with — aware of the inequality that is prevalent in the music industry, but especially in the electronic genre. In an interview with Electronic Groove, she expressed that she wanted to work toward seeing more diversity within the industry. JOPLYN explained, “If you look at the numbers – ca. 23% of all artists are women, 14% are songwriters, and 2% are producers in Billboard’s Hot 100 Year End chart – it’s crazy. And I would even argue that if you focus specifically on the electronic music scene those numbers get even lower. I’m always the only woman at the artist dinner, on line-ups, and in business meetings.” 

But JOPLYN isn’t one to shy away or back down in the face of adversity. With a headstrong attitude, she continues to pursue her career and harnesses the power she has as an independent artist to pave the way for a more inclusive industry. On April 5, she dropped her latest single “MOMENT,” a track which the artist holds dear to her heart. With fresh music and energy, JOPLYN’s stage at Coachella will surely be something you won’t want to miss!

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88RISING FUTURES (April 14 & 21)

88rising is an American mass media company with a focus on Asian talent from across the globe. In 2022, 88rising crafted a showcase at Coachella that highlighted Asian artists called Head in The Clouds Forever. This year, 88rising returns with a new set under the name 88RISING FUTURES. The set features a lineup of artists ranging from global icons to the next rising superstars — and even some names we’ve featured above. 

The following artists are scheduled to perform on April 14:

The second weekend’s lineup has not been announced yet. However, 88rising also made sure to add a sneaky “more surprises to come!” which will leave fans wondering what surprises the company has up their sleeve for this year’s set. Make sure to check out the 88RISING FUTURES set on April 14 and 21 for iconic performances from some of the most enthralling Asian acts from across the globe!

Coachella 2024 is jam-packed with a diverse lineup highlighting Asian talent fit for everyone’s personal musical palette. With two weekends worth of performances, you won’t want to miss a single moment. Can’t make it to Indio? Don’t worry! Coachella will be live streaming from their YouTube channel both weekends, so you can join in on the fun from home too!

Want to reminisce over your Coachella memories? Check out EnVi’s roundup from Coachella 2023 here!