Coachella 2014: Stream Festival Via YouTube
By Kevin Rutherford
Want to see all the sights and hear all the sounds of Coachella but can’t make it out to Indio, Calif., this weekend or next? The festival has you covered.
Coachella will be streaming live from the festival this weekend on its official YouTube channel. Starting at 6:30 p.m. ET (3:30 p.m. PT/local time), fans can visit the page to see performances from many of the artists performing, starting with Brooklyn hip-hop group Flatbush Zombies, ZZ Ward and Jagwar Ma. The YouTube has three different channels from which viewers can choose, since, of course, many acts are performing simultaneously during the festival. (Scroll down for each of the channels that will be streaming live music this weekend.)
Other major artists streamed Friday (April 11) include Aloe Blacc, Bastille, HAIM and Martin Garrix, leading all the way to the Outkast reunion set at 11:30 p.m. local time. The final performance listed for Friday is Zedd, whose performance will start at 12:20 a.m.
The broadcast returns again Saturday at 3:30 PT with White Lies, Bear Hands (one of our six artists to watch at this year’s fest) and Foxygen, with Skrillex and Empire of the Sun finishing off the evening just before midnight.
Sunday, the festival closes out its first weekend with Disclosure the final act to go on at 11:10 p.m.
Scroll to the bottom of the Coachella Live tab to see a full list of streamed performances. Note that not all sets at the festival will be available to watch online.
AXS TV is slated to stream the festival’s second weekend.
Coachella Music Festival kicks off today in the California desert. Radio.com will be updating live from the festival as the weekend rolls on.
Click below to stream each Coachella performance, with the first channel on top and the third on the bottom.