Ariana Grande will headline this year's Coachella music festival along with Tame Impala and Childish Gambino.
Coachella released its lineup Wednesday night and revealed Ariana will be the final performer of the event ... which goes for two weekends outside Palm Springs, California. Other acts include Kid Cudi, Zedd, Gucci Mane (Not Gucci Gang), Khalid, Bad Bunny, Solange and H.E.R.
Grande is coming off a rollercoaster end to 2018, with her single, "Thank U, Next," and plenty of headlines including her broken engagement with Pete Davidson and death of her ex, Mac Miller. Sources connected with production say that choosing Ariana to headline the festival was a hard decision. There have only been 3 other women who headlined -- Beyonce, Lady Gaga and Bjork -- and Beyonce's appearance last year made it all the more daunting to choose a female artist who would not stand in Bey's shadow.
Kanye was in negotiations as one of the festival's headliners but ultimately decided against it because he wasn't allowed to design his own stage.
Coachella sees more than 100,000 people attend per weekend each year.