Weekend two of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival 2017 included more polished sets and performances.

It was also full of new celebrity appearances and surprise guest performers.

 

Below is a breakdown of what you missed:

Steve Angello at Coachella on April 21, 2017.

Steve Angello performed one of the most anticipated sets of the weekend. He created an ultimate set that delivered his desired new music from the previous weekend.

Dillon Francis attracted one of the biggest crowds to his stage with abstract visuals and hard dance music.

Martin Garrix premiered his new song “There for You” and brought out Troye Sivan.

Skrillex made a surprise appearance at the Do LAB.

What So Not closed out the Gobi stage for the year. He also debuted new music and brought out LPX and Era Istrefi.

 

Porter Robinson and Madeon played their final show for the ‘Shelter’ tour. Marking this the last time on stage together made the set very emotional, nevertheless, it created special memories for the crowd.

 

Gucci Mane invited 50 Cent for a surprise performance of “What Up Gangsta” and “Many Men”.

Travis Scott performs during the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival on Friday, April 21, 2017 in Indio, CA.

Ty Dolla $ign and Migos delivered one of the best rap shows of the weekend.

Travis Scott played most of his music in chronological order starting from songs like “Upper Echelon” and “Don’t Play”.

Kendrick Lamar performed songs from his new released album as well as older songs like “Goosebumps”.

 

 

 

Lorde kept her fans happy by performing the most popular songs like “Royals” and “Team”.

Lady Gaga had the crowd dancing and shedding tears with her performance of classic pop tracks, and beautiful acoustic vocals.

Thom Yorke, lead singer of Radiohead at Coachella 2017.

 

Thundercat was joined by comedian Reggie Watts in the Mojave Tent.

Capital Cities had the whole crowd two-stepping.

Bon Iver brought out special guests like Bruce Hornsby and Jenny Lewis.

– Hans Zimmer attracted one of the weekend’s biggest audience to his stage. His cinematic playlist included “Inception”, “Pirates of the Caribbean”, “The Lion King”, “The Dark Knight”, and “Gladiator”. The composer was accompanied by his 40+ orchestra and choir.

Radiohead performed songs like “Daydreaming”, “A Moon Shaped Pool”, and “Fake Plastic Trees”.

 

 

 

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