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Coachella Announces Live Stream on YouTube

If you don’t have tickets to the Coachella 2017 Valley Music & Arts Festival, you can still be part of the action.

Goldenvoice, the promoters of the festival, will live stream weekend 1 on YouTube. The live stream kicks off live on April 14 from the Empire Polo Club in Indio. The stream will feature multiple channels to choose from. This is the perfect way to enjoy the festival if you don’t have tickets or want to deal with literally over 100,000 people.

Also, according to Variety, Coachella will stream the Yuma tent for the first time:

“YouTube will provide a sneak peek inside the famous underground dance-music Yuma tent for the first time. In addition, users will be able to opt-in to get browser alerts when their favorite artists go live.”

Be sure to tune in here.


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