The second weekend of this year's Coachella festival will be a lot more purple than anyone could've expected.
Coachella will launch its second and final weekend of 2016 on Friday, and the newly revealed set times prove there will be conflicts abound once again.
"She was literally falling over," a source said. "It just became a little too sloppy, and she was removed. She wasn't coherent at all."
The British singer-songwriter wowed SXSW festival-goers with his breathtaking one-man show at Hype Hotel presented by Mazda and Hype Machine.
Killer Mike and El-P also brought out Gary Clark Jr., DJ Shadow and Nas during their set in Indio, Calif.
Sufjan Stevens didn't waste any time leaving an impression on the audience at the Indio, Calif.-based fest.
Coachella organizers will reportedly bring together Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones, Roger Waters, the Who and Neil Young for a once-in-a-lifetime festival in October.
The newly reunited LCD Soundsystem tackled "Heroes" and "November Rain" during their first of two Coachella sets.
Other artists playing the annual benefit concert in Minneapolis include Death Cab for Cutie, Gary Clark Jr. and Cold War Kids.
While headlining Paradise International Music Festival in Manila, West performed “Famous,” “Waves” and “Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 2” for the very first time.