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Coachella To Stream Dozens Of Performances Live On YouTube

Coachella To Stream Dozens Of Performances Live On YouTube

The music and arts festival is planning to live stream all the headliners including Queen Bey for everyone to enjoy.

Coachella's first weekend kicks off this Friday 13th April.

The only other countries to get the livestream are the USA, through T-Mobile, and Canada through Garnier.

Coachella is, as far as festivals go, considered the hottest ticket on the circuit, partly because it's location in the Colorado Desert in California makes it an easy yes for all the entertainers living in L.A., and partly because it's everything to love about the Californian lifestyle: sunshine and live music included. There will also be one VR180 channels that lets viewers experience performances and on the ground coverage with headsets like Google Cardboard and Daydream View. In the lead-up to the festival, fans can also create personalized viewing schedules featuring the live acts they want to see, with the live streams automatically switching to the pre-selected artist's shows.

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Weekend highlights will be available through a video-on-demand hub with interviews.

Live streams for Coachella 2018 will take place from the mornings of 14 to 16 April (SG/PH/ID/MY time zones) via Coachella's YouTube channel.

The same for Cardi B, though fans will be able to live stream sets from Post Malone, Vince Staples, 6LACK, Tyler, the Creator, French Montana, WizKid, Aminé, Belly, Chloe x Halle, Daniel Caesar, and Dej Loaf.

Google Pixel will show footage of the giant Ferris wheel, where select gondolas will have users taking photos in a Pixel photo booth. Artists will be ale to post updates and information to fans in Googel search with a new integration that allows them to customize content.