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Top (and Most Viral) Moments from Coachella 2024: A Round-Up of the Best Highlights

Among covers, tributes, and surprises, the 2024 Coachella festival has already given us memorable moments, and here we list several of them.

The most anticipated weekend in the world of music has arrived, and it has done so with a bang. On Friday, April 12, the first weekend of the 2024 Coachella festival finally kicked off, and as expected, it has already given us several viral and memorable moments on its first and second days.

Acts like Suki Waterhouse, Justice, Deftones, Bizarrap, Son Rompe Pera, Peso Pluma, Lana del Rey, Blur, Jungle, The Last Dinner Party, and more have rocked the stage, already giving us some of the best moments in the festival entering its second day of activities.

Best moments from Coachella 2024

Previously, we mentioned that YouTube is streaming this event live (here it is in case you don’t have plans for this weekend). So, we watched several shows to gather those moments that undoubtedly stole the show on the first day of Coachella 2024.

If you missed them and want to have a conversation topic with family, partners, or coworkers on Monday when you return to the office, here are the viral moments that took place at Coachella 2024 and are the talk of social media for obvious reasons.

Best moments from Coachella 2024

It seems like yesterday when the British singer and actress revealed during her show at Corona Capital 2023 that she was pregnant. At the end of March this year, Suki Waterhouse finally gave birth and incredibly returned to work. Waterhouse livened up the night at the Gobi stage of Coachella 2024 by looking radiant, dedicating a song to her daughter, and surprising us by performing a cover of “Don’t Look Back in Anger” by her compatriots, the Gallagher brothers.

Deftones performing “Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want” by The Smiths at Coachella music festival (2024)

The Deftones appeared on the Outdoor Theater stage to perform a set of 12 songs like “Tempest,” “Digital Bath,” “Ohms,” and even “Combat,” a song from the album ‘Saturday Night Wrist’ that the band led by Chino Moreno had not performed live since 2011. But one of the great surprises of the Deftones’ performance was when they did a cover of “Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want” by The Smiths.

If you’re heading to the 2024 Vaivén Festival in Morelos, get ready because Justice not only brings a visually stunning set full of lights and crosses, but also performed new songs from their upcoming studio album ‘Hyperdrama,’ the first one they’ve released in seven years.

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