Coachella 2023: This is where music fans stream the festival live

Very few music lovers can jet off to Indio, California, to attend the favorite festival of many celebrities.

Coachella 2023: This is where music fans stream the festival live

Very few music lovers can jet off to Indio, California, to attend the favorite festival of many celebrities. But nobody has to stay outside, because the countless performances by well-known artists at the current Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival can also be seen live on the Internet - and it's free of charge.

If you want to take a look, you can simply visit the festival's YouTube channel, where live streams from all stages can be found. Reruns of Friday's shows are currently being shown there. Due to the time difference, live performances will be shown again from around 1:00 a.m. on Sunday morning. The channel also features individual performances in clip form, such as Blink-182's "What's My Age Again?".

The Saturday program includes Blackpink, Underworld, Charli XCX (30) and The Kid Laroi (19). Shows by Frank Ocean (35), Björk (57), Porter Robinson (30), Kali Uchis (28) and the Sleaford Mods follow on the third day of the festival. Bad Bunny (29), the Gorillaz, Pusha T (45), Yungblud (25) and The Chemical Brothers were on the flyer for yesterday.

An overview of all acts can be found on the festival's Instagram account, for example. The whole thing will probably be repeated again from April 21st to 23rd, because the organizers are hoping for the same line-up for the coming weekend.

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