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Lana Del Rey Lights Up Coachella Stage with Billie Eilish



Lana Del Rey Lights Up Coachella Stage with Billie Eilish.

Lana Del Rey made a grand entrance at Coachella on Friday night, captivating the crowd with her enchanting music style. She was joined by Jack Antonoff and Jon Batiste, who are also performing at the festival. However, the biggest surprise came when Billie Eilish unexpectedly joined Lana on stage for a couple of duets. It was a magical moment that left the audience buzzing with excitement.

Lana Del Rey riding on the back of a motorcycle with her backup singers and dancers. They played “Jealous Girl” as they rolled up to the stage, setting the crowd a buzz with excitement. Lana kicked off her performance with “Without You,” and the energy was electric.

Then, she and Billie Eilish joined forces on stage, starting with Billie’s hit “Ocean Eyes” followed by Lana’s iconic “Video Games.” It was a special moment as both songs were pivotal in launching their careers. Lana and Billie’s collaboration wowed the audience, making it a standout highlight of the festival.

Lana Del Rey and Billie Eilish shared some excited fan moments as their performance together wrapped up. But Lana couldn’t contain her admiration for Billie, calling her “the voice of our generation” and expressing gratitude for their duet.


Lana Del Rey’s deep connection with Coachella is evident through her music, which often mirrors the festival’s vibe. She even pays homage with a song titled “Coachella – Woodstock in My Mind”. This year, though, is extra special as she headlines for the first time in a decade, since her last appearance on the Outdoor Theatre stage in 2014.

Throughout the night, Lana Del Rey looked stunning in a shimmering blue dress, her hair dancing in the breeze as she performed. The stage visuals shifted between black and white and color, displaying scenes of palm trees, crashing waves, and clips from Lana’s career.

In a lighthearted moment, Billie Eilish playfully exclaimed, “Get the heck out of my face,” sending both her and Lana into fits of laughter. Then, Billie praised Lana, telling the crowd that Lana Del Rey is the reason for many people’s existence, including her own. It was a heartfelt tribute to Lana’s influence and talent.

Even though she wasn’t always front and center on screen, Lana’s stage was a sight to behold, with three tall white columns, winding staircases, and balconies where she sang to the crowd.


Lana treated the audience to a mix of her hits from her extensive discography, spanning nine albums. From “Summertime Sadness” to “Cherry,” “Pretty When You Cry,” and “Born to Die,” she covered them all. While her songs aren’t the typical loud, bass-heavy tracks you often hear at Coachella, both devoted fans and casual listeners couldn’t help but sway along to her dreamy melodies all night long.

As Lana’s performance went on, she grew more confident on stage. She often let the audience take over certain verses, reaching out the microphone for them to sing along. Even though fans wanted to hear more of her singing, they still got the dreamy vocals they craved. One highlight was her rendition of “Ride,” where her voice soared, especially during the chorus.

At times, Lana’s backup singers stole the spotlight, earning applause from the crowd, especially on “Did You Know That There’s A Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd.” Lana also paid tribute to Sublime with her cover of “Doin’ Time,” a track from her album “Norman F Rockwell!”

Throughout her set, Lana had special guests join her. Jon Batiste played alongside her for their collaboration “Candy Necklace,” with Lana even spinning on a pole, thrilling the crowd. Lana praised Jon’s spirit, saying, “Sometimes you need somebody else’s spirit to move with you, and that’s always going to be Jon Batiste.”

Surprise! Oscar winner Billie Eilish joins Lana Del Rey at #Coachella.
Surprise! Oscar winner Billie Eilish joins Lana Del Rey at Coachella.

Even though they haven’t collaborated, Billie Eilish has been a huge fan of Lana Del Rey for years. Lana even called Billie “the voice of our generation.” This was Billie’s third year performing at Coachella, and she joined Lana on stage as a special guest. They sang “Hope is a Dangerous Thing for a Woman like Me to Have,” along with Jack Antonoff.

Lana closed her set with “Young and Beautiful” from “The Great Gatsby,” accompanied by a stunning fireworks display. This year is big for Lana; aside from headlining Coachella, she’s releasing her 10th album, “Lasso,” in September.

During Lana’s performance, she and Jon Batiste recreated “Candy Necklace,” a song they worked on together. Jack Antonoff also joined Lana for “Hope Is a Dangerous Thing for a Woman Like Me but I Have It.” Lana even appeared as a hologram for that song! She treated fans to rare live performances of “Without You” and her cover of Sublime’s “Doin’ Time.”

Lana Del Rey definitely stole the show at Coachella, no doubt about it. She didn’t rely on her special guests to make an impact. Her entrance and exit were epic! Picture this: Lana zooming in and out through the crowd on a motorcycle, blowing kisses and standing up as she passed by. Her dancers followed suit, hanging onto motorcycles as they made their way through the crowd. It was a sight to behold and definitely one for the Coachella history books.