Justin Bieber Allegedly Declines To Headline Coachella To Focus On New Album

According To Reports Justin Bieber Declined To Headline Coachella Focus Area For New Album

Coachella this year has a few international performers, but there almost was one more. In order to concentrate on his new album, Justin Bieber allegedly declined an opportunity to perform as the festival’s headlining act in California.

Despite not performing at Coachella, TMZ stated that Bieber will probably be the headlining act in 2024, most likely after he has finished his project.

Coachella is definitely open to Canadian headliners, as seen by The Weeknd’s top billing in 2022 after Ye’s exit. In addition to taking the stage in 2014, Arcade Fire made a surprise comeback in 2022 after being omitted from the first lineup announcement.

If Bieber does actually headline Coachella in 2024—something we won’t know for sure for another 11 months or so—it might signal an increase in the number of Canadian acts on the lineups.

Until then, there hasn’t been any talk regarding the possibility that Bieber will agree to headline another festival later this year.

Due to health issues, Bieber postponed a number of tour dates in the previous year.

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