Those not lucky enough to be attending this year’s Coachella on April 13-15 will be able to watch the whole thing via a YouTube livestream, it’s been revealed.
The video-sharing site confirmed Monday that they’d be returning to Coachella for the eighth year in a row, with them offering fans the chance to watch Beyonce and The Weeknd’s headline sets from the comfort of their very own home.
The likes of Post Malone, The War on Drugs, Kygo and Alan Walker will also be taking to the stage.
Fans tuning in will have their choice of four livestream feeds with different artists performing on each simultaneously. This includes one VR180 channel that will allow viewers to experience performances and exclusive on the ground coverage in a more immersive way using viewers and headsets like Google Cardboard and Daydream View.
Fans will also be able to create personalized viewing schedules to feature the live acts they want to see, with the livestream channels automatically changing to artists they’ve selected.
Highlights from the weekend will be available through a video-on-demand hub, and returning host Jason Bentley from KCRW, along with co-hosts Nadeska Alexis, Valerie Lee and Brittany Eustis, will bring fans interviews with artists and creators from throughout the festival.