The Coachella 2024 lineup was unveiled last night, showcasing a diverse array of Latin acts from around the globe and across different genres. This spring’s music festival will feature performances by renowned artists such as Peso Pluma, Ice Spice, J Balvin, Young Miko, Bizarrap, and more.

Notably, Bad Bunny made history as the first Latin headliner at Coachella last year, delivering a hits-filled set with special guests like Grupo Frontera, José Feliciano, and Post Malone. However, this year’s headliners include Lana Del Rey, Tyler, the Creator, and Doja Cat, with no specific Latin headliner. Nevertheless, a multitude of Latin artists will grace the Coachella stage on the weekends of April 12 and 19.

Bad Bunny and Jose Feliciano Performing at Coachella 2023. Photo courtesy of Eric Rojas.

Returning to Coachella is Colombian reggaeton star J Balvin, known for his vibrant 2019 performance in the desert. Argentine producer Bizarrap, the mastermind behind Shakira’s “BZRP Music Sessions, Vol. 53,” is also set to take the stage. There’s anticipation for a possible performance of his latest work, “BZRP Music Sessions, Vol. 58,” with Puerto Rican rapper Young Miko, who is part of the lineup as well. Bringing us to Brazil, Ludmilla will proudly showcase the growing genre of Brazilian funk.

This year introduces several Mexican acts making their Coachella debuts, including R&B singer Girl Ultra, indie pop trio Latin Mafia, and emerging folk star Kevin Kaarl. Peso Pluma, who played a pivotal role in popularizing música Mexicana globally last year, will deliver his own set after joining Becky G’s last year. Mexican crooner Carín León will also represent música Mexicana at the festival.

Latin Mafia. Photo Courtesy of @directony.

After having an incredible year as an emerging artist, Dominican-American rapper, Ice Spice will also hit the stage. Mexican lyricist Santa Fe Klan will be representing the rap scene as well and singer Eddie Zuko, known for his reggae-infused Spanglish tunes, is set to make an appearance too. Infusing the scene with his Afro-Caribean grooves will be Cuban singer-songwriter Cimafunk.

Additional unique Latin acts on the lineup include the instrumental stylings of Hermanos Gutiérrez and the alternative cumbia of Son Rompe Pera. With such a vibrant mix, Coachella 2024 promises an exciting showcase of Latin talent.

Lucas Villa is a freelance music contributor for LATINA. His work is also featured in Rolling Stone, Billboard, Teen Vogue, MTV News, and W Magazine.