"Dr. Dre will perform at the 2012 edition of the annual Indie festival 'Coachella' in the desert. The good doctor will perform with all times friends Snoop Dogg, Daz Dillinger, Warren G & Eminem," the MC's site announced in a post that was removed by Tuesday evening. "Kendrick Lamar will also be here to perform their new single 'The Recipe.' Y'all ready to feel the wrath of the Aftermath ? Let's gooo!!"
According to Rolling Stone, Wiz Khalifa will also join the MCs during their all-star sets.
Update: Warren G's publicist released a statement to Billboard.com on Tuesday night denying the rapper's knowledge of the prospective Coachella appearances.
"Warren G is not announcing that he and Eminem will perform with Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg. Warren had no knowledge that any such announcement was being made until after it was posted. Any postings involving him and other artists were made without his knowledge or consent and he is not willing to confirm or deny anyone's involvement in this year's Coachella event. We apologize for any confusion that this caused," the rep said.
The Goldenvoice-produced festival will span two identical weekends this year, with Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg set to close out the festival on April 15 and 22. Whether the rap ensemble will appear at both shows (or either) remains to be seen. Radiohead and the Black Keys will headline the Southern California event's other nights, with the rest of the lineup including Bon Iver, A$AP Rocky, AVICII, Florence + The Machine, Calvin Harris, Frank Ocean and many more.