Bieber has some high expectations for his Coachella experience this year—"Coachella better be good"

By Claudia Harmata
April 12, 2019 10:25 AM

Talk about a major Throwback Thursday!

Just one day before the highly anticipated start of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, Justin Bieber shared a hilarious throwback photo on Instagram with pal Kendall Jenner from 2015 — revealing he has some high expectations for this year’s festival.

“Coachella better be good this year,” he captioned the photo, which showed a young Bieber and Jenner together at the festival.

In 2015, Bieber attended the event with Jenner and his now wife, Hailey Baldwin. The “Sorry” singer faced some speculations four years ago when he posted a photo with Jenner looking a little cozier than just friends, but the pair were quick to deny any rumors of romance.

Both Jenner and Baldwin responded to the throwback post on Instagram, thoroughly amused.

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“HAHA I’m dead,” Jenner responded, no doubt laughing at their facial expressions in the photo. Baldwin also couldn’t help but laugh, saying that the picture “gets” her.

Credit: Justin Bieber/Instagram

This year’s Coachella kicks off on Friday April 12, taking place over two weekends: April 12 to 14 and April 19 to 21.

Ariana Grande, Childish Gambino and Tame Impala are set to headline the main stages with Zedd, Bad Bunny, Khalid, Kid Cudi and Pusha T. YG was announced as a performer too, as well as Tale of Us, Playboi Carti, Razorbumps, Sabrina Claudio, Ella Mai, J Balvin, Jaden Smith, and PEOPLE’s reigning Sexiest Man Alive Idris Alba.

Kanye West will also bring his star-filled, invite-only Sunday church services to the party, with a sunrise performance of the gospel extravaganza on Easter Sunday.

One person fans won’t see is Solange Knowles. Though the 32-year-old “Cranes in the Sky” singer had been announced as one of the main acts for the two-weekend affair in Indio, California, “major production delays” caused her to cancel.