Stream Coachella performances live on YouTube this weekend

LCD Soundsystem, Guns N' Roses, Ellie Goulding, Sia and lots more are scheduled to perform.
Billy Steele
B. Steele|04.11.16

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It's mid-April, which means it's time for the first weekend of Coachella's annual soirée in the valley. The ability to livestream a number of the performances from the comforts of home is an expectation at this point, after several years of beaming footage to YouTube. The 2016 installment of the event will be no different, with live coverage of the three-day event beginning Friday, April 15th at 6:30 PM ET (3:30 PM PT). While the streaming schedule hasn't been posted just yet, Coachella did announce that it will provide three channels of performances and interviews, similar to years past.

What's more, there's a customizable schedule feature that will reduce the chances of you missing an artist you really want to hear. We know you're dying to see that GnR reunion. The tool allows you to pre-select the acts you want to see, and when the time comes, your stream will automatically change over to the proper channel to see that band or musician. Of course, with the livestream being hosted on YouTube, you'll be able to employ a Chromecast and other streaming gadgets to get the music playing on your television. The list of which performers will appear on the livestream will be available via the source link below ahead of the weekend, so set a remember to choose your streaming schedule ahead of time.

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