20 Best Things We Saw at Coachella 2015's Weekend Two

Old punks, new country stars and fresh wax: the greatest sets we didn't catch during Weekend One

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Best Musical Treats: Surprise Guests
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Best Musical Treats: Surprise Guests

Coachella isn't unique in drawing special unannounced guests to the stage, but the desert music festival traditionally attracts some interesting, even bizarre  collaborations (the Tupac "hologram," for one). This year during Weekend Two was no different. The most high-profile artist to materialize was Kanye West on the main stage during Weeknd's cover of "Heartless," followed by Yeezus cruising through four more songs, including the new "All Day." Florence and the Machine were joined Sunday by Father John Misty for a cover of the aching "Love Hurts." Later, Nicki Minaj joined David Guetta for his mix of Afrojack's "Hey Mama" (and she stopped by the main stage for a quick wave during Drake's headlining set). Some Coachella surprises last forever.

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