Coachella is not wasting any time.
On Mar 6 (Wednesday), it tweeted the new lineup for the two-weekend music festival, which starts on April 15—this time, without Kanye West and Travis Scott.
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The Party & The After Party pic.twitter.com/8gT2bF3x5j— Coachella (@coachella) April 6, 2022
Harry Styles and Billie Eilish are still kicking off the festival in Indio, California, but the artists replacing West and Scott are Swedish House Mafia and The Weeknd.
Coachella hasn’t addressed West and Scott’s absence, and neither have they, but the new lineup comes days after news broke that the “Heartless” singer had dropped out of the show—with just more than a week’s notice.
West has been noticeably absent from the spotlight since he was banned from Instagram for 24 hours due to his harassment of Trevor Noah, ex-wife Kim Kardashian, and her boyfriend, Pete Davidson. On Sunday, West failed to show up to the Grammys—where he was banned from performing—despite the fact that he was nominated for five awards.
A source close to the Kardashian family told Page Six that West told Kardashian he is done talking about her and Davidson on social media, and is instead focusing on his well-being. “For the sake of the kids, Kanye has told Kim he’s not making any public appearances or inflammatory social media statements, and he will go away somewhere to get better,” the source said.
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Meanwhile, Scott has been keeping a low profile due to the criticism that has surrounded him following his Astroworld tragedy. Last year, 10 concertgoers died at his show in Houston after being trampled and pushed by the out-of-control crowd. Scott voiced his sadness over the incident on social media, but is now dealing with hundreds of lawsuits. The “Highest in the Room” rapper hasn’t publicly performed since, except at a private celebrity pre-Oscars house party in Bel-Air, California, last month, per Rolling Stone. The Coachella show with West was going to be his big return to the stage.
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.