The lineup for Coachella 2019 has arrived, and some people are willing to sell body parts in order to go. Once again, the cultish annual festival will be held at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California, over the weekends of April 12–14 and April 19–21. Childish Gambino, Tame Impala, and Ariana Grande have been tapped to lead the festivities.

The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, for the uninitiated, is basically the rich people's version of Woodstock, only with mostly mainstream pop music. Lots of celebrities and influencers attend, and it's streamed on YouTube for all of us mere mortals to watch from afar.

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And today, the official lineup has arrived. Here it is in all its glory:

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Childish Gambino will be headlining Friday's stacked lineup. He's had a pretty great year, dropping the politically charged hit "This Is America" and hosting/performing on Saturday Night Live. Now 2019 is already looking like another one for the books.

Tame Impala, an Australian indie-rock band, hasn't released new music since 2015, so it's a bit odd that the group is headlining Saturday's shows. Regardless, it'll be an excellent performance.

And unsurprisingly, Ariana Grande will headline Sunday's shows. Considering how obsessed mainstream pop culture has been with Grande this year, with the release of Sweetener and "Thank U, Next," it's hardly shocking that Coachella tapped her to perform. In Coachella's 20-year history, she'll become just the fourth female artist as well as the youngest person (at age 25) to headline.

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Now, to see every other musical act included in the lineup, you'll have to zoom in real close.

Other artists blessing us with Coachella performances in 2019 are Lizzo, Janelle Monáe, Kacey Musgraves, Khruangbin, Solange, CHVRCHES, Bassnectar, Mac DeMarco, Maggie Rogers, Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals, and so many more.

To say people are excited would be a major understatement. Twitter is basically a chorus of people screaming, "Take my money!"

Then, of course, there are others who are completely unimpressed.

But seriously, did anyone else see Idris Elba's name on the lineup when they zoomed in? Coachella is about to be the thirstiest festival of the year — and not just because it's in the desert.

Tickets for the annual festival go on sale Friday at 11 a.m. PT. But before you drop all your money, remember that AEG's Philip Anschutz, the co-owner of Coachella, actively funds many groups aggressively working to chip away the rights of LGBTQ Americans.

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