Well in 2002 they were pretty big but not close to what they are now. I find it interesting that RHCP has headlined 3 times since Foo Fighters have been to Coachella. The Foos are bound to happen, I'd say sooner than later.
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Jeez unless we get Bowie and Daft Punk the well has run dry
never headlined or played before but could:
The Rolling Stones
Played before and ready to upgrade to headliner:
Mumford and Sons
Played before and almost a headliner:
Could headline, but odd fit for the festival:
I would die of happiness if AC/DC headlined
Jack White & Friends
Missy Elliott & Friends
Sigur Ros (upgrade)
Eric Clapton (odd fit)
AC/DC - Lykke Li - Charles Bradley - Steely Dan - Ride - GOASTT - Alabama Shakes - Caribou - George Ezra - Tame Impala - Allah-Las - Todd Terje - Interpol
Jack White - War on Drugs - Father John Misty - Royal Blood - Kasabian - FKA twigs - Jungle - Benjamin Booker - Belle & Sebastian - Tycho - Perfume Genius - Bad Religion
St Vincent - Florence + the Machine - St. Lucia - Ryan Adams - Built to Spill - Sturgill Simpson - Panda Bear - Philip Selway - Angel Olsen - Desaparecidos - The Cribs
possible first time headliners...
Motley Crue reunion
Some shitty band I could care less about with some whining b as the singer
Some hippity hop act that again I could care less about (I respect rappers more than all techno 'beat makers')
a decent band that that couldn't draw 15,000 for their own show in their home town
Dip Set Reunion
Also Cut Copy WILL NEVER BE A HEADLINER.. and U2 won't headline anytime soon.
Will Pharrell William's hat make an appearance?
Bowie with guest appearance by Mick Jagger