This year's full lineup for the dual-weekend-three-day festival is expected to be announced sometime this month and could be released at any moment, really. So far a handful of bands have been announced via the Coachella social media outlets and the latest announcement is Motorhead!

The Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival - One of the only places you can see live performances from Pretty Lights followed by Wu-Tang Clan and closed out by Red Hot Chili Peppers, all in one night. Incredible.

I've made the trek down to Indio, CA for the past two Coachella festivals and already have a ticket purchased for this year's festival in April. I'll be ON the Empire Polo Club grounds in 99 days for weekend two April 18-20. I can't wait to hit the road. Now the question is: Who else will be performing?

I'm still stoked and surprised at the same time that Motorhead is going to be performing. Seems a little on the heavy side for this festival, but then again, after seeing Trash Talk on the Outdoor stage last year, nothing is too heavy or out of the question for Coachella.

If Motorhead is going to be rockin' out, maybe some of my heavier hopefuls for this year's lineup will also be included. Here is some of the bands/acts I wouldn't mind seeing on this year's bill: Tool - Nine Inch Nails - Cage The Elephant - METZ - Dillinger Escape - Deftones (or Crosses or both) - STS9 - Chance The Rapper - Queens of the Stone Age - Ab-Soul - Gogol Bordello - Outkast (which would probably include Dungeon Family and maybe a solo show from Cee Lo which then maybe Gnarls Barkley)

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