Watch Arlo Parks join Phoebe Bridgers for a pair of songs at Coachella

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Phoebe Bridgers performed at Coachella last night (April 15) and was joined on stage by Arlo Parks for a few tunes at the end of her set – see images below.

Bridgers took to the outdoor theater stage ahead of Louis The Child and King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard for a 12-track set that included his hits “Kyoto” and “Punisher.”

Her set also included a performance of the recently released “Sidelines,” from Sally Rooney’s upcoming television adaptation. Conversations with friends.

Towards the end of her performance, Bridgers brought in Arlo Parks – who will perform his own set at Coachella later today (April 16) – to collaborate with her on “Graceland Too” and “I Know The End” – both taken from Bridgers. second album, ‘Punisher’.

Check out their duets alongside other performance highlights and a full setlist, below.

Phoebe Bridgers played:

‘Travel sickness’
‘DVD menu’
‘Song of the Garden’
“Kyoto”
‘Punisher’
“Scott Street”
“Chinese Satellite”
‘Song of the Moon’
‘USI’
“On the fringe”
“Graceland Too” (with Arlo Parks)
“I Know the End” (with Arlo Parks)

Elsewhere on Friday at Coachella, Arcade Fire played a secret set on the first day of the festival, performing tracks from the upcoming new album “WE,” which will be released next month.

Harry Styles headlined the evening and was joined on stage by Shania Twain, who performed her hits “Man!” I feel like a woman!’ and ‘You are still the only one’.

During his 18-song set, Styles made his live debut with record-breaking comeback single “As It Was”, as well as a live debut with new tracks called “Boyfriends” and “Late Night Talking”.

Carly Rae Jepsen also dropped a brand new track called “Western Wind”, which she had been teasing for a few weeks; Justin Bieber has teamed up with Daniel Caesar for a performance of their collaborative single “Peaches.”

Flume, Megan Thee Stallion, Disclosure, 21 Savage, Doja Cat, Joji, Jamie xx and Run The Jewels are other highly regarded performers for this year’s event.

The two-weekend event runs from April 15-17 and April 22-24 in Indio, California.

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