Break out your bandanas and neon colored face paint, the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival announced their 2015 lineup on Tuesday and it instantly became one of the most trending topics on Twitter. The highly anticipated lineup consists of a broad spectrum of artists and genres and features three successful Latino artists as well: Nortec Collective’s Bostitch+Fussible, Los Rakas and Chicano Batman.

Hundreds of thousands music fans will flock to the California deserts during the weekends of April 10th and 17th for their chance to see and hear some of their favorite artists from around the world. Each year, Coachella highlights Latin artists and performers and have made sure that some of Mexico’s most popular artists frequent their five stages.

This year is no different and Latino artists will be represented throughout the weekend. Of the three exclusively Latin artists to perform at the festival, Nortec Collective’s Bostich+Fussible should be the most familiar to the Coachella attendees. Nortec Collective has performed before at the festival and for those that know their music they provide a unique music experience unlike any other. The musical ensemble hails from Tijuana, Mexico where they mix electronic music with Tambora and Norteño music. The group will also perform at the Vive Latino Festival in Mexico City later this year and just released their latest album, Motel Baja, under the Nortec Collective name. They have been around since 1999 and have been nominated for two Latin Grammys.

Los Rakas burst onto the scene last year and has been all the rage among urban Latino circles. The Latin hip-hop group hails from Panama where their album, El Negrito Dun Dun and Ricardo has been near the top of the charts. They are set to tour the United States for the first time with Zion I, Locksmith and Vokab Kompany before gracing the Coachella stage.

If you’re like us and you dart to the desert to dance, then you’ll love the sounds of Chicano Batman. CB takes you back to the 70s with their retro beats and soul rhythm. The band is from Los Angeles and if you close your eyes, you’ll be reminded of another Latino artist, Carlos Santana. The funk-meets-psychedelic melodies will draw the festival goers to their stage as they play songs off their second album, Cycles of Existential Rhyme, which was released a few months ago. The band consists of four Mexican-American artists, Bardo Martinez (lead singer), Carlos Arvelo (rhythm guitar), Gabriel Villa (drums) and Eduardo Arena (bass). If you miss them at Coachella, you can see them on tour in the East Coast on tomorrow.

In addition to the three Latin artists, AC/DC, Jack White and rapper, Drake will be the three headliners on Friday, Saturday and Sunday respectively. Other highlights include; Ride, Steely Dan, Raekwon and Ghostface Killah, Interpol, Tyler The Creator, Father John Misty, Tame Impala, Azelia Banks, Flying Lotus, Caribou, the Weekend, Belle & Sebastian, Ratatat, SBTRKT, Florence and the Machine, St. Vincent, Jenny Lewis, Jamie xx, David Guetta, Kaskade, Panda Bear, Lil B, alt-J and more.