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COACHELLA 2019 ROUND UP

Written by LN Team / April 23, 2019

Last week saw Coachella’s second weekend bigger and better than ever before - and with many of the artists heading down under in the coming months, we’ve put together a quick recap of anything you might’ve missed from some of the biggest artists around.

JADEN SMITH

Jaden is set to make his NZ debut next month supporting Post Malone’s two shows at Spark Arena, and his performance at Coachella looked incredible - with his dad Will Smith coming out to perform ‘Icon’, plus a giant floating Tesla in the middle of the stage.

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I Love You Coachella

A post shared by Jaden Smith (@c.syresmith) on Apr 19, 2019 at 8:43pm PDT






Catch Jaden Smith performing at Post Malone’s show:
Sunday May 12 - Spark Arena

RUEL

Though the rising Australian star wasn’t listed on the line-up at Coachella, he went along anyway to perform during British producer SG Lewis’ set, where they debuted their brand new collaboration called ‘Flames’.

The song has yet to be officially released, but will hopefully see a release before Ruel brings his tour down to NZ next month!

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I CANT WAIT TILL HE RELEASES FLAMES 🙌🏻🤩 cr:@kylieadegoke

A post shared by 💊 Ruel Van Dijk Fan Account 💊 (@oner.u.e.l) on Apr 22, 2019 at 3:21am PDT



Get Ruel tickets below:
Friday May 24 - Bruce Mason Centre

LITTLE SIMZ

The English rapper and singer made her Coachella debut, and has these epic photos to prove it!

Check out a video of her performance of 'Selfish':



Get Little Simz tickets below:
Wednesday July 24 - The Tuning Fork

BAYNK

New Zealander Baynk made his home country proud with his two Coachella performances over the past two weekends - all following the release of his latest single ‘Water’, in the lead up to his new EP out May 15.

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so. many. people. thank you 📷: @calebserbanlawler

A post shared by BAYNK (@baynkofficial) on Apr 21, 2019 at 2:58pm PDT



Get Baynk tickets below:
Wednesday July 10 - The Powerstation, Auckland
Thursday July 11 - Meow, Wellington
Friday July 12 - Ngano Marsh Theatre, Christchurch
Saturday July 13 - Main Common Room, University of Otago, Dunedin

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