YouTube Will Livestream Coachella This Weekend With A VR Channel

Henrietta Brewer
April 11, 2018

The second weekend (April 20-22) will not be available.

This weekend marks the first weekend for the 2018 version of Coachella.

Coachella is one of the biggest musical festivals each year, making it nearly impossible to get tickets.

Coachella says it will have four different live feeds simultaneously streaming different artists. Also, this year, viewers can choose from one VR180 channel which will allow viewers a virtual reality stream, as well as a number of other personalized live streams. Fans can also create their own viewing schedules with the artists they want to see, with live streams switching based on what they chose. KCRW's Jason Bentley, along with co-hosts Nadeska Alexis, Valerie Lee, and Brittany Eustis, will host the streams, conducting interviews with artists and offering additional on-the-ground coverage throughout the weekend. So if you are not heading to the desert, head over to YouTube and check out some of your favorite artists this weekend!

The Fader reports Coachella organisers have confirmed Beyoncé's Saturday night set will be live streamed on Coachella's YouTube page along with The Weeknd, St. Vincent, Tyler, the Creator, Migos, Kamasi Washington, Brockhampton, Kamaiyah, Moses Sumney, Perfume Genius, Haim, Alvvays and more.

Considering Bey's live performances never disappoint, fans are no doubt in for an absolutely treat. Pixel 2 will show unique artist portraits from "influential photographers".

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