April 14 (UPI) -- Lady Gaga's longtime dance choreographer, Richy Jackson, has begun hyping up the pop star's upcoming Coachella performance.
"This performance is really going to be for Coachella. It's going to be a 'for Coachella moment,'" Jackson said while speaking to Us Weekly about how her set will reflect the music festival.
Set to take the stage on Saturday and then again on April 22, Gaga is stepping in for Beyonce who was originally announced for the music festival but was forced to drop out due to doctors orders after becoming pregnant with her second and third children.
"Whether you were there to see Beyonce or any other act, it's still the experience of Coachella. It attracts a certain kind of fan that wants to be out in the desert and experience art and music in a different way. It's more thinking about the Coachella-goer," Jackson said of how he designed the performance.
While speaking with Entertainment Weekly, Jackson detailed further what fans can expect from the show stating that it will be "high energy."
"We are going to play with some of her various genres she has within her as an artist and figure out a way to allocate those things throughout the show, and take some risks and some chances and have a good time," he said.
Taking place April 14-16 and April 21-23 at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, Calif., the 2017 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is set to include performances from Kendrick Lamar, Radiohead, Lorde, the xx, Travis Scott, Father John Misty, Future, Bon Iver, DJ Snake, Tove Lo, DJ Khaled, New Order and many more.
Following Coachella, Gaga is set to embark on a world tour in support of her latest album Joanne starting Aug. 1 in Vancouver.