The Coachella 2023 line up has been touted as one of the most global line-ups in the festival’s history. Announced on January 11 this year, the line-up features artists like Diljit Dosanjh, Ali Sethi, and more.
Now, the festival has just announced plans to make it more accessible to fans around the world. Starting on April 15th at 4:30 AM (IST), all six stages will be live-streamed on Coachella’s YouTube channel across both weekends, marking the first time the festival will be available in its entirety.
For those who can’t catch the live performances, the highlights will be made available on demand each night, with many of the top-billed acts featured.
This year’s headliners are Bad Bunny, Blackpink, and Frank Ocean, with other notable appearances from Rosalía, Becky G, Gorillaz, Burna Boy, Wet Leg, and Metro Boomin, among others. The festival has also announced a continuation of its online fan experiences, including exclusive content from Blackpink and creators like Amelia DiMoldenberg and Taylor Red TV.
Weekend 1 passes for the 2023 festival have already sold out, but fans can still purchase tickets through resale sites like Vivid Seats.