Anyone watching Coachella 2023 on YouTube will be able to see every stage, regardless of how far they are from the desert. The festival will be livestreamed in its entirety for the first time across six different feeds—double what they had last year.
“Every year, Coachella gets bigger and better, and every year, we up our game to meet that moment,” YouTube announced in a statement. “As we gear up for one of the most global lineups in Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival history, we are going all in to make this year’s livestream experience and YouTube presence the most epic yet!”
Bad Bunny, Blackpink, and Frank Ocean are the festival’s headliners this year, making history by becoming the festival’s first all-black headliners. The two-weekends of shows, both of which will be livestreamed, will also feature appearances from Kaytranada, Blondie, Becky G, Metro Boomin, Wet Leg, Angèle, MUNA, BENEE, Yungblud, Boygenius, the Kid Laroi, Charli XCX, Labrinth, Remi Wolf, 070 Shake, Mura Masa, Kali Uchis, Dominic Fike, Latto, GloRilla, Porter Robinson, Rae Sremmard, and more. In the “returning to the desert” spot that Swedish House Mafia occupied last year, Calvin Harris will also perform.
Coachella will take place from April 14 to 16 and from April 21 to 23. Following each night’s last performance, YouTube will continue to broadcast the livestreams until the live programme resumes the next day at 4 p.m. PST.
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