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Pictures: Wale, Zooey Deschanel Rocking Star-Studded Coachella

April 17, 2010 (6:40 am) GMT
Kelly Osbourne, Camilla Belle, Katy Perry, John Mayer and Pink are spotted coming to Indio, Cafornia and watching performances from Wale, She and Him, La Roux and Passion Pit.

The 2010 Coachella summer music festival was kicked off on Friday, April 16 with live performances from , and more. With the help from DJ Omega, Wale who arrived late at the event performed a number of songs. When delivering his last song, the rapper told the DJ to "speed it up," noting that he didn't have much time left.

who wore a blue summer dress brought a tambourine on stage, while her bandmate M. Ward accompanied her with a guitar. They treated concertgoers with their own songs such as "I Was Made for You" and "Why Do You Let Me Stay Here" as well as a rendition of others' tracks, like 's "Roll Over Beethoven."

Wale was not the only performer who showed up late at the gig as also had to cut short their set because they arrived late. Other performers on the first day of the festivity included , Street Sweeper Social Club, , , and The Dillinger Escape Plan.

Not only was the stage glittered with acclaimed musicians, but also the field was packed with big stars coming as audience. attended the gig with her boyfriend Luke Worral, and others like and came with their friends. Also spotted among concertgoers were , , Pixie Geldof, and many more.

This year's Coachella Festival will run until Sunday, April 18. However, many scheduled musical guests from Britain withdrew from the gig because all flights in the country have been canceled due to dangerous amounts of volcanic ash in the air resulted from the eruption of Mount Eyjafjallajokull in Iceland.

"Unfortunately, despite a Herculean effort we won't be able to play at Coachella this year," The Cribs' guitarist Johnny Marr wrote on the band's MySpace to announce the cancellation. "We are pretty gutted to be frank, currently languishing in the grimmest ferry port after waiting for good news about free airspace that never came."

Organizer Paul Tollett is adamant that headlining acts like and and will perform as planned although he admitted that "there's maybe a dozen bands in question." The U.K. bands whose appearances at the festival are in doubt include Delphic, Los Campesinos!, Bad Lieutenant, Frightened Rabbit and Gary Numan.






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