Marilyn Manson Performs at Coachella With X Japan Despite Ban From the Festival

The rocker joined pal Yoshiki to perform Eurythmics' cover of "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)' during the second week of the music festival.

AceShowbiz - An apparent ban didn't keep Marilyn Manson from the Coachella festival stage over the weekend for his performance with X Japan. The shock rocker announced he'd be joining pal Yoshiki during his band's set at the California desert event and he joined the rocker for a rendition of his Eurythmics cover "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)".

There was no drama although Manson alluded to the fact he had been banned from Coachella in a tweet last week, writing, "I never thought I would play at a festival I was banned from. But... Yoshiki invited me to join the stage with XJAPAN. You don’t want to miss this one."

He finished his appearance by urging fans to clap for his pal, stating, "This is officially now Yo-chella!"

It is not clear if Manson's ban stands, or why he was banned in the first place.

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