The Coachella 2013 lineup has officially arrived, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Blur, the Stone Roses and Phoenix are all slated to headline, ending weeks of rumors that the Rolling Stones would play the popular festival. The 5280 Group will provide services to both the Red Hot Chili Peppers as part of the normal touring package and assist the Stone Roses team while in Indio.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers signed on to headline Coachella about an hour before the annual Indio, California, festival announced its lineup, one of the band's managers told Rolling Stone magazine. "We've been in talks for months," says Cliff Burnstein, whose firm, Q Prime, also manages Metallica, the Black Keys and other top rock acts. "It goes down to the wire. It's a negotiation."