The band, which was established in 2010, made its Coachella debut in 2018. They referred to themselves as a boy band in an attempt to redefine the term, which had previously not been as welcoming of the group’s variety.
The band declared in January that the pair of Coachella dates would be their final performances.
The group began their performance huddled in a circle wearing letterman coats with the words “All Good Things Must Come to an End” written on them. Except there was a gigantic inflated gorilla in the introduction of their final set, which resembled a high school sports team in varsity jackets headed for the playoffs.
The concert began with “Star” and “Gold Chain” from the group’s breakout album “Saturation,” followed by songs from the group’s follow-up albums “Saturation II” and “Saturation III.”
The members were unaware that several of their slower tracks, such as “Bleach” and “Summer,” were next on their schedule until the middle of the concert when the fans encouraged them to form a mosh pit.
They ended their concert with “District,” from their 2018 album “Iridescence,” and “Bankroll,” their collaboration with A$AP Rocky.
As per OCRegister, Brockhampton performed “Boogie” as their final song as a band, and the crowd went wild. Following the concert, the members made a group bow and said their farewells.
The hip-hop trio has written lyrics based on many elements of their identity over the years, including being straight, gay, Black, or white, and has a couple of songs that use Spanish. Despite the fact that the band is parting ways, they have announced a new album for the end of the year.