These Were The Biggest Stories From Coachella 2017's First Weekend

In case you’re having trouble keeping up with all the electronic music headlines from the first weekend Coachella 2017, here’s a quick recap.

Coachella 2017: Friday, April 14th

Dillon Francis

Dillon Francis closed out the Sahara tent in style and even premiered some new IDs. Check out the tracklist and a clip from the set below.

Richie Hawtin

Coachella 2017 marked the debut Richie Hawtin’s new live show, ‘CLOSE’. He will be taking it around the world this summer, but you can get a sneak peek the action right here.

Steve Angello

Steve Angello debuted a bunch new music from his forthcoming album and it’s safe to say that reactions were mixed. Take a listen to his new sound below and judge for yourself.

Coachella 2017: Saturday, April 15th

Martin Garrix

Saturday’s theme was special guests and Martin Garrix partook in the action by bringing out Dua Lipa to perform their single “Scared To Be Lonely”.

DJ Snake

Not to be outdone, DJ Snake one-upped Garrix by calling upon both Migos and the legendary Lauryn Hill. Watch a clip below.

Coachella 2017: Sunday, April 16th

Anna Lunoe

Anna Lunoe made headlines on the day before her performance after she announced her pregnancy. She then followed it up by bringing out OWSLA boss Skrillex during her afternoon set.

Marshmello

Marshmello closed out the Sahara Tent with a jam-packed performance that featured a drum battle with Travis Barker, surprise appearances from Blac Youngsta and A$AP Ferg and a new tune with Andrew Watt.

 

Porter Robinson & Madeon

Unless you’re heading out to Indio for weekend two Coachella 2017, Sunday was your last opportunity to see Porter Robinson & Madeon’s ‘Shelter’ show. The guys showed a tremendous amount love for fans throughout the set and it was amazing to see them perform in front the huge Main Stage crowd. Check out a clip below.

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