Fingers and toes crossed for this festival line-up.

Kendrick Lamar, Radiohead, Beyoncé will headline Coachella next year, according to a report by Consequence of Sound.

Without naming a source, CoS said it had “learned” of the three headline slots for the 2017 edition, which will take place over two weekends, April 14–16 and April 21–23, at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California. The line-up is expected to be officially announced early next year.

If CoS’s report is correct, it will mark Radiohead’s third headline slot at the festival following shows in 2004 and 2012, while Beyoncé would be delivering her first full solo set after a few surprise appearances in previous years. Kendrick would also be headlining for the first time, though he’s also crashed a few sets in his time, including Ice Cube’s 2016 performance.

Coachella organizers “did not respond to our request for comment,” added CoS.

Each of the three acts has released an album this year – untitled unmastered., A Moon Shaped Pool and Lemonade – with Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood also delivering a side project with the Indian ensemble the Rajasthan Express.

The Oxford band, who will headline Glastonbury in 2017, finally added their entire discography to Spotify this year after holding out against the streaming service.

Watch Radiohead’s Paul Thomas Anderson-directed video for ‘Present Tense’.



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