For years, Coachella has shared a variety of performances from the annual festival live on YouTube as their live streaming partner. For the first time in the history of the festival, this year Coachella will stream all six stages from both weekends.
Back-to-Back Livestream Weekends
This year, Coachella will be live streaming from more stages than ever before with 6 feeds in action (double the amount from last year) across both weekends! Whether you’re watching from home, abroad, or at parties with friends, anyone can tune into Coachella’s YouTube Channel, pick a stage, and watch the performances happening live with the rest of the fans. In between sets, livestream viewers will be treated to on-the-ground coverage of the art, artists, installations, behind-the-scenes Shorts moments and more, capturing the complete Coachella experience for the audience at home.
If you can’t tune in live, the festival sets will be on repeat after the night’s final performance until the live show picks back up at 4 PM PT / 7 PM ET the next day. Highlights from many of the weekend’s performances will be made available on demand, so be sure to check back here to rewatch your favorites.
Weekend one livestream gets rolling at 4 PM PT / 7 PM ET on Friday, April 14th and runs through Sunday night, April 16th. Weekend two kicks back into gear the following Friday, April 21st at the same time.
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