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You can again skip the worst parts of Coachella by watching the YouTube livestream

Featuring headliners Radiohead, Kendrick Lamar, and Lady Gaga.


Christine Friar


If you can’t make it to Coachella but still want to catch some of the shows, YouTube has you covered.

The streaming giant will offer exclusive coverage through Coachella’s YouTube channel for the seventh year in a row. On YouTube, viewers will be able to choose between three different live channels, and select performances will offer a live 360-degree mode. Plus, there will also be a backlog with highlights and footage of anything you may miss.

2017’s festivities are spread over two weekends (April 14-16 and 21-23), and all of the YouTube streams will happen on the first weekend. Fifty-one artists are confirmed for livestreams, including headliners Radiohead, Kendrick Lamar, and Lady Gaga, as well as acts like the xx, Bon Iver, Lorde, Schoolboy Q, New Order, Future, Father John Misty, and Gucci Mane.

And if you’re after more of a dance party vibe, this is the first year that viewers at home will have access to a stream from the Yuma dance tent.

Get your glowsticks ready.

H/T Variety

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