I predict a year of "dual headliners."
Goldenvoice has to capitalize on their brand of Coachella if they want to stay relevant - and not because us fans have changed or wouldn't go but because of the white wash of festivals that the US (and globe for that matter) is seeing, I believe this would do it.
Depeche Mode, Deadmau5
Yoko Ono Plastic Band w/Members of The Flaming Lips,
Atlas Genius, Skream, Pacific Air, Charles Bradley, Mac Demarco, White Demin, HaHaTonka, Shlohmo, Tycho, Nick Mulvey, CFCF, Darkside
Nine Inch Nails, Queens of The Stone Age
The Avett Brothers, Neko Case, Arctic Monkeys, Volcano Choir, Cage the Elephant
Mark Lanegan, Deafheaven, Subfocus, Jon Hopkins,
Dr.Dog, Thao with The Get Down Stay Down, Forest Swords, Converge
Arcade Fire w/David Bowie (Cameo & Medley)
The National, Andre 3000, Broken Bells, RjD2, Placebo, Fuck Buttons, Haim
Crystal Antlers, JJ Grey & Mofro, Islands, Chrvches, Man Man,
Wavves, Rustie, Reignwolf, Ty Segall, Nightmares On Wax, Kwes, James Ferraro
***Also include a relative amount of obscure DJs and/or electronic acts each day.