The Sinaloan singer, Bratty will represent Mexico for the first time at the Californian festival
The most listened urban music singer in 2022, Bad Bunny, the most important K-pop female group Blackpink and the R&B icon Frank Ocean, are the artists who will star in the Coachella 2023 festival, in Indio, California.
For the first time in the history of the festival, a Latino singer will lead the show, and this will be the Bad Bunny.
Coachella 2023 will take place from April 14 to 16 for the first week, as well as from April 21 to 23 in Indio, California in the United States.
Bad Bunny appears scheduled for the dates of April 14 and 21, as well as Gorillaz, Buena Boy and The Chemical Brothers.
While for the dates of April 15 and 22, the headliners include Blackpink and Rosalía.
Frank Ocean and Björk are scheduled for dates on the 16th and 23rd of the same month; in addition to Kali Uchis, Porter Robinson, Fisher, Chris Lake, among others.
But that’s not all, Bratty, a girl from Culiacán, Sinaloa, who will represent Mexico at the popular music festival. The young woman from Sinaloa will arrive at the Californian festival transformed into one of the exponents of indie music.
“When I started this project and they asked me where the maximum I would like to go would be, I thought of Coachella because for me that was impossible,” she wrote on her Instagram account.
“My songs were born thanks to Californian bands that played surf pop led by women, and I just wanted to be like them. Today I realized that there is no impossible because what I thought was impossible came true, “she added.
The pre-sale will begin next Friday, January 13 through its website (http://coachella.com) and the price for the first weekend will be between 11,400 and 24,200 Mexican pesos (for the three days), this without including lodging and food in case you decide to go.