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24 April 2023, 15:01
The band returned to headline the festival a week later after Frank Ocean was forced to pull out due to a leg injury.
Blink 182 headlined the second week of Coachella just one week after their last minute performance at the festival.
The pop punk rockers - comprised of Mark Hoppus, Travis Barker and the band's returning co-founder Tom DeLonge - played their first reunion set in their classic line-up at the festival last week, performing at the Sahara Tent on Friday 14th April for their fans.
However, just nine days later the All The Small Things outfit went on to replace Frank Ocean's set on Sunday 23rd April, after the artist was forced to pull out due to leg injury.
Ah pero blink-182 tocando The Rock Show en vivo en el Coachella, todo lo que está bien en la vida ❤️ pic.twitter.com/wpgD06NzEQ— 𝑺𝒂𝒎𝒖 𝑻𝒂𝒍𝒂𝒗𝒆𝒓𝒂 (@samu5O5) April 24, 2023
Taking to the main stage on Sunday night, the band opened with their favourite opener, Family Reunion, before launching into Anthem Part Two and The Rock Show.
This time around, the band treated fans to Stay Together for the Kids and Always, giving both their first live outings since 2018 and 2017 respectively.
After playing their iconic ballad I Miss You and their First Date anthem, the trio chose to end their epic gig the same way they did the week before, bringing the 18-song-set to a climax with All the Small Things and Dammit.
The festival was then closed by a special set from Skrillex, Fred Again... and Four Tet.