Daft Punk to join Stones at Coachella?
Thu, 20 Dec 2012 11:20a.m.
Electronic stars Daft Punk will join The Rolling Stones as headliners at the 2013 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in California, according to new reports.
A listing error on the British rock legends' mobile phone application last Friday revealed the band had booked an appearance in Indio, California on 12 April, marked as "Coachella 2013" - and it appears a similar leak has unveiled Daft Punk as the second major act to play the annual event.
An email blast sent out by bosses at concert directory website Songkick.com on Saturday also named rockers the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Phoenix as additional acts on the bill.
The leaked information has since been pulled from both the Stones' app and the Songkick site.
The official line-up for the three-day festival is due to be announced in early January.
Radiohead, The Black Keys and Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre headlined Coachella 2012.
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