Punk rock band Blink-182 (“Adam’s Song”) have announced a performance at the second weekend of the legendary Coachella festival. “See you on Sunday,” the group wrote on Twitter for a photo of the updated concert program.

The festival confirmed that Blink-182 will be performing on the main stage by posting pictures of the schedule on Twitter. What is striking is that the festival left a slot open for Sunday and only wrote “TBA”, the English abbreviation for “to be announced”, instead of an artist name. This could be DJ Skrillex, whose performance the festival announced in another post for Sunday evening.

The line-up had to be adjusted after US singer Frank Ocean canceled his performance due to an injury. He had recently broken two bones and sprained his left leg. Along with Blink-182, Coachella’s second-weekend headliners include pop star Bad Bunny and South Korean K-pop group Blackpink.

Hundreds of thousands of people come to the Coachella festival over two consecutive weekends – this year from April 14th to 16th and from April 21st to 23rd – in the Californian desert city of Indio near Palm Springs.

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