Top 10 Songs (OK, 20) We Want to Hear at Coachella 2024

We want to see EVERY song by several artists but here we highlight one song from a variety of artists who will perform in the desert in the sunshine, at sunset, or under the lights at Coachella 2024. See you in April!

1. “I’m Just a Girl” by No Doubt

The 90’s ska classic from No Doubt who haven’t performed together since 2014. 10 years later this will be super nostalgic and vintage Coachella.

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2. “Song 2” by Blur

WOO HOO! Let’s rock out in the desert to this high energy rock classic.

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3. “Needs” by Tinashe

We’ve been listening to Tinashe for over 10 years and can’t wait to hear her entire set no matter what songs she performs. Here’s her latest hit, “Needs”.

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4. “On My Mama” by Victoria Monet

An argument could be made that Victoria could be a headlining act. Regardless we will be at this stage as early as possible to hear every single song.

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5. “Summertime Sadness” by Lana Del Rey

Melancholy pop at its finest by this California native headlining the show.

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6. “Kiss Me More” by Doja Cat

It’s tough to pick just one song by Doja Cat but we can’t wait to hear the song that originally made us fans years ago.

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7. “Back on 74” by Jungle

Grooooooove! Is there a better band to define the fun in the sun festival that is Coachella?!

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8. “Players” by Coi Leray

From her Spiderverse song, to her first hit, to Bops, and many more. We are VERY excited about this artist. #CoiPond!

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9. “Water” by Tyla

You literally can’t avoid hearing this song the past few months. It launched Tyla to worldwide fame and we’re here for it.

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10. “Mi Gente” by J Balvin

Imagine this song LOUD at sunset with the desert hills in the background surrounded by palm trees. This will be a PARTY!

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11. “Princess Diana” by Ice Spice

Again, a new star on the rise has been putting out hit after hit and part of the huge Barbie movie soundtrack as well.

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12. “Have Mercy” by Chloe

Another favorite song for the past few years. We’ve never seen her perform and the anticipation is through the roof.

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13. “Sativa” by Jhené Aiko ft. Rae Sremmurd

Jhené Aiko may not be super well known but she’s got a wide variety in her catalog. Another artist who’s been on our radar for years that we finally get to see live.

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14. “Oblivion” by Grimes

Grimes throws a neon disco party in the void, where catchy beats dance with existential dread and oblivion beckons as both escape and self-destruction.

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15. “Modern Girl” by Bleachers

Bleachers unleashes a fist-pumping anthem for messy queens, where glitter bombs and saxophone screams celebrate the defiant chaos of being a “Modern Girl.”

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16. “Ask Me Anything” by Neil Frances

Neil Frances’ ‘Ask Me Anything’ is a genre-blending sonic journey that weaves intricate electronic textures with soulful vocals, inviting listeners into a dreamy atmosphere of introspection and self-discovery.

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17. “So We Won’t Forget” by Khruangbin

Khruangbin’s “So We Won’t Forget” is a melancholic lullaby against the tide of time, etching precious memories in hearts with sun-drenched soul and hypnotic grooves.

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18. “D.A.N.C.E.” by Justice

A distorted guitar scream tears through darkness as robotic chants of “D.A.N.C.E.” ignite a chaotic symphony of strobing lights and pulsating bodies in Justice’s euphoric dance floor anthem.

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19. “Nonsense” by Sabrina Carpenter

Sabrina Carpenter explodes into bubblegum bliss with “Nonsense,” a glittery pop anthem celebrating the intoxicating nonsense of love’s first blush.

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20. “Good Looking” by Suki Waterhouse

Basking in self-confidence and vintage vibes, Suki Waterhouse’s “Good Looking” struts through disco-lit self-worth with an irresistible glow that whispers, “I woke up good lookin’ this mornin’ — flaws and all.”

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