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Blur swap places with The Stone Roses to headline weekend two of Coachella Festival

Blur swap places with The Stone Roses to headline weekend two of Coachella Festival

The Stone Roses will no longer be topping the bill at this weekend's Coachella Festival in California as they did last Friday.

Blur - who opened for the Manchester legends on the festival's main stage on April 12 – will now close the Coachella Stage this Friday (April 19) on the second weekend of the festival.

The Stone Roses headlined the opening night of the festival in front of a small but dedicated crowd, running through a set heavy with fan-favourites, including 'I Wanna Be Adored', 'Made Of Stone' and 'Waterfall', in addition to frantic renditions of 'This Is The One' and 'I Am The Resurrection'.

Blur, who played before the Roses, delivered a greatest hits performance that included classic tracks ranging from 'Beetlebum' and 'Out Of Time' to 'Tender', 'The Universal', 'This Is A Low' and 'For Tomorrow'.

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