Pack your bags, pop culture fans! It's time to head to the desert.
After a two-year hiatus, the Coachella Music and Arts Festival in Indio, Calif. is back with two weekends filled with nonstop music, parties, fashion and star sightings. Check out details about the 2022 event's electrifying performances, and check back all weekend for updates:
Weekend No. 1:
Other stars who performed that day: Daniel Caesar—who brought out not-so-surprise guest Justin Bieber to perform their collaboration "Peaches," and Anitta, who performed with her own unannounced artists—Snoop Dogg joined her to perform "Onda Diferente," while she and Saweetie collaborated for a rendition of "Faking Love." Tinashe was also a surprise performer, taking the stage during Tokimonsta's set to perform "I'm Every Woman."
Headliner Billie Eilish took the stage and later brought out a special guest of her own—Damon Albarn. She ended her set by saying, "Thank you Coachella! I'm sorry I'm not Beyoncé. I love you, goodnight."
Other performers included Megan Thee Stallion, who debuted a new song, the band Wallows—headed by 13 Reasons Why actor Dylan Minnette, who stopped the show momentarily to help a fan in distress, plus Arlo Parks, Caroline Polachek, Conan Gray and Vince Staples.
The Weeknd and Swedish House Mafia performed "Sacrifice" and "How Do I Make You Love Me?" while the singer also sang solo tracks such as "Can't Feel My Face," "Party Monster" and "Blinding Lights."
Weekend No. 2:
Harry returned to perform his hits and brought out another surprise guest—Lizzo. The two performed Gloria Gaynor's iconic 1978 song "I Will Survive" and his former group One Direction's 2011 debut single, "What Makes You Beautiful."
Billie took the stage for weekend No. 2 and took a tumble during the show at one point when the lights dimmed, falling on her face.
"I just ate s—t," the singer yelled. "Ouch! You guys, I just ate ass up here."
And for those who didn't score an invite, they could experience the festival from home. This year's YouTube Coachella livestream was fully immersive experience for virtual attendees. In addition to a stream of live performances, fans could also watch intimate artist interviews and behind-the-scenes content.
And of course it wouldn't be Coachella weekend without plenty of star sightings. From VIP guests experiencing the Revolve Festival to DJs performing at Neon Carnival and the hottest after-parties in town, E! News is keeping track of all the celebrities living their best lives in the desert.
See photos of the most sizzling performances on the Coachella stages: