X-Japan To Headline At Coachella Tonight, Live Stream On YouTube

Legendary visual kei rock band X-Japan will make their Coachella debut tonight, headlining the Mojave stage at 11:10 PM. As one of the only hard rock acts of the weekend, the band is likely to make a strong impact on festival goers with their amazing show. The bands 10-year reunion concerts just wrapped April 10 and 11 at Zepp DiverCity in Tokyo, warming up for the band’s debut performance at Coachella tonight, April 14. Richard Fortus of Guns N’ Roses, Wes Borland of Limp Bizkit, and Miya from MUCC joined the stage as special guests, adding more speculation about who might join X JAPAN on stage at their Coachella performances. Stream the performance tonight at the link below.

X Japan will be performing at the festival both weekends on tonight and Saturday, April 21st. There will be some very special guests gracing the stage, so you definitely want to keep your eyes peeled on the news about the band’s sets.

Between the two weekend performance, the band will be hosting a special screening of their award-winning documentary We Are X with the Grammy Museum. The screening will be followed by an intimate discussion with Yoshiki.

The band’s first full-length album in over 20 years, is in production and set for release in 2018. Listen to their collection, here: https://spoti.fi/2IvIwWV.

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Watch the trailer for their film We Are X, here: