Coachella 2024 wknd 2 pics & video: Tyler, No Doubt, 50 Cent, Ice Spice, Justice, Militarie Gun & more

The 2024 edition of Coachella is officially a wrap. After a guest-filled weekend one, weekend two (4/19-4/21) also featured some surprise guests. For her Friday headlining set, Lana Del Rey brought out Camila Cabello, who gave her new single “I LUV IT” its live debut. Like she did for her weekend on set, she also brought out Jack Antonoff for “Hope is a Dangerous Thing For a Woman Like Me to Have” and Jon Batiste “Candy Necklace” (both of whom were also playing the festival themselves).

Also on Friday of weekend two, Norah Jones came out during Sabrina Carpenter‘s set to perform her 2002 hit “Don’t Know Why;” Peso Pluma had Anitta, Eslabón Armado, Chencho Corleone, Ryan Castro, and Jasiel Nuñez join him for his set; and Lil Yachty joined Faye Webster for their collaborative track “Lego Ring.”

Saturday headliner Tyler, the Creator brought out his old Odd Future pal Earl Sweatshirt for two songs during his weekend two set. Earlier in the evening, Damon Albarn told that crowd that Blur‘s set was “probably our last gig.” No Doubt didn’t have any guests on hand for weekend two, which was their second show in nine years, but they did play “Excuse Me Mr.,” “End It on This,” and their cover of “Guns of Navarone” for the first time since 2015.

Saturday also included surprise appearances from Lil Nas X, who joined Kevin Abstract on “Tennessee;” Tove Lo, who joined Dom Dolla on “Habits” and “Cave;” Fireboy DML, who joined Jon Batiste for “Drink Water;” Channel Tres, who joined JUNGLE for “I’ve Been in Love;” and Camila Caballo, who joined Brutalismus 3000 for a remix of “I LUV IT.”

Doja Cat closed out Sunday by bringing back two of her weekend one guests, Teezo Touchdown for “MASC,” and The Joy for “Shutcho.” YG Marley also repeated his weekend one guests, once again welcoming his mom, Lauryn Hill, to the stage, along with her Fugees bandmate Wyclef Jean, and Busta Rhymes, Skip Marley and Spliff Star.

Earlier in the day, DJ Snake brought out 50 Cent for “Many Men (Wish Death),” “In Da Club,” and “P.I.M.P.” J. Balvin had María Becerra join him on “¿Qué más pues?,” De La Ghetto for “Triple S,” and Jowell & Randy for “Triple S” and “Colmillo.”

Kid Cudi was a last minute addition to Sunday’s lineup, but he cut his set short when he broke his foot after jumping down off the stage.

See pictures from weekend two and a few video clips below.

Catch up on weekend one of Coachella 2024 HERE.

Dates and ticket info for Coachella 2025 have also been announced.

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