Frank Ocean And Björk Perform On Day 3 Of Coachella 2023

Frank Ocean And Björk

Music lovers enjoyed a spectacular finale at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival on Sunday. The final day of the festival featured headlining performances from Frank Ocean and Björk.

Frank Ocean Sets Stage on Fire

Frank Ocean, the Grammy-winning singer and songwriter, was the final performer of the night on the Coachella Stage. The enigmatic artist played a selection of fan favourites. Including “Nikes” and “Thinkin’ Bout You.” To the fans’ delight, he also played a cover of SZA’s hit song “The Weekend.” Fans cheered him on as he closed out his set with his chart-topping hit “Blonde.”

Björk, the Icelandic singer, and songwriter, performed on the Outdoor Theatre stage. She mesmerized the crowd with her unique voice and visual spectacle, which included fantastical costumes and intricate stage design. Moreover, the artist played a mix of new and old hits, including “All is Full of Love” and “Army of Me.”

Frank Ocean Sets Stage on Fire

Notable Performers

Lizzo, Megan Thee Stallion, and Burna Boy were among the notable performers on the final day of Coachella. Lizzo brought her signature energy to the stage and performed hits like “Truth Hurts” and “Juice,” while Megan Thee Stallion had the crowd bouncing with her performances of “Body” and “Savage.” Burna Boy, the Nigerian Afro-fusion artist, brought an international flavour to the festival and played his hits like “Ye” and “On The Low.”

The festival also included a special tribute to the late rapper Nipsey Hussle, who was killed in 2019. Organizers erected a mural of the rapper on the festival grounds and projected his image on the big screen during performances by other artists. During his set, YG, a fellow Los Angeles rapper, paid tribute to Hussle by performing “FDT (F*** Donald Trump),” a song he and Nipsey collaborated on.

Blackpink and Calvin Harris

Blackpink and Calvin Harris

On Saturday, K-pop group Blackpink headlined the festival. And there were great performances from Boygenius, Rosalía, Calvin Harris, the Breeders, and Ethel Cain. The Times has reporters on the ground, including Mikael Wood, and August Brown. Suzy Exposit and Kenan Draughorne are also covering the festival as it happens.

The three-day festival drew in a crowd of thousands of music lovers from all over the world. It was held at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California. And featured a wide range of artists and genres, from rock to hip-hop to electronic dance music. Furthermore, the festival also had a strong focus on sustainability and featured various eco-friendly initiatives, such as composting and recycling programs.

A Variety of Installations

Besides music, Coachella had food vendors, art displays, and fashion exhibits. Moreover, many attendees were dressed in bohemian-style attire, with flower crowns and flowing dresses. In addition to this, the festival also featured interactive art exhibits, such as a giant astronaut sculpture and a rainbow tower.


Overall, the 2023 edition of Coachella was a huge success, with fans already looking forward to next year’s festival. Moreover, the event showcased some of the biggest names in music and provided a platform for emerging artists to showcase their talents. In addition to this, its diverse lineup and focus on sustainability, Coachella remains one of the most popular music festivals in the world.

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