Here’s Why Fans Think Taylor Swift and More Artists Might Make Surprise Appearances at Coachella

Here’s Why Fans Think Taylor Swift and More Artists Might Make Surprise Appearances at Coachella

The Coachella music festival typically attracts high-profile surprise guest performers every year, and some fans think Taylor Swift might hit the stage this year thanks to several of her friends and collaborators on the lineup and a monthlong break from her Eras Tour.

 

 

Some Swift fans have speculated on social media whether she might hit the stage for Coachella as a guest performer, with some noting she has a gap on her Eras Tour schedule for the entire month of April.

 

 

Here’s Why Fans Think Taylor Swift and More Artists Might Make Surprise Appearances at Coachella

Several of Swift’s collaborators and friends are on the festival lineup: Friday headliner Lana Del Rey featured on Swift’s 2022 song “Snow on the Beach,” and they share a producer, Jack Antonoff, who is on the lineup with his band Bleachers.

 

 

Ice Spice, who joined Swift at several Eras Tour dates to perform their collaboration “Karma,” is also on the lineup, as is Sabrina Carpenter, who was the Eras Tour opening act for the Latin American leg.

Del Rey appeared to confirm that she would have special guests for her headlining set in a comment on an Instagram post from a fanpage, sparking hopes among fans that Swift could hit the stage.

 

 

Here’s Why Fans Think Taylor Swift and More Artists Might Make Surprise Appearances at Coachella

Tabloids including the Daily Mail and Us Weekly claimed Swift and boyfriend Travis Kelce will attend Coachella because they want to see Del Rey, both citing anonymous sources, though neither mentioned a potential performance.

 

 

Swift is also set to drop her new album “The Tortured Poets Department” on April 19, the second weekend of the festival.

WHO ELSE COULD MAKE A SURPRISE APPEARANCE?
Since Del Rey hinted at having guests join her on stage, fans have speculated whether the guests may include any of her former collaborators—like Father John Misty, who joined her for her 2023 song “Let the Light In,” or The Weeknd, a Coachella regular who has collaborated with Del Rey multiple times.

 

 

Coachella Valley news outlet The Desert Sun predicted PinkPantheress could join Ice Spice to perform their hit “Boys a liar Pt. 2,” Kali Uchis could join collaborator Tyler, The Creator’s headlining set and Reneé Rapp could bring out Megan Thee Stallion for their collaboration “Not My Fault” after the pair performed their hit on Saturday Night Live in January.

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