How to Watch Coachella 2019 Live

For the first time ever, Coachella will be livestreaming both weekends for music fans across the world. Find out how to watch Coachella 2019 live from April 12–14 and April 19–21 here.

Great news for Coachella fans: If you're already dealing with major FOMO because you won't be attending the music festival this year, take solace in knowing you'll be able to watch the whole thing straight from your couch (and, you know, not pay $500+ for a weekend pass).

For the first time ever, Coachella will live stream both weekends (opens in new tab) of the music festival on YouTube. Forty-eight acts have been confirmed so far to be streamed, including Billie Eilish (opens in new tab), Maggie Rogers, Kacey Musgraves, Blood Orange, and The 1975. Donald Glover's new film, Guava Island, which co-stars Rihanna, will also debut (opens in new tab) on the April 13 livestream during weekend one. 

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The weekend two livestream is now referred to as Coachella Curated—"three days of original content, full Yuma Tent sets, performances, and more," according to a tweet from the festival. Fans were disappointed last year when Beyoncé's epic weekend two Coachella set (opens in new tab) didn't air live, so this will be an exciting moment for music lovers everywhere.

You can see the full Coachella lineup here (opens in new tab).

Tune in here (opens in new tab), or bookmark this article to watch your favorite artists perform live at Coachella on April 12–14 and April 19–21.

Tune in here (opens in new tab), or bookmark this article to watch your favorite artists perform live at Coachella on April 12–14 and April 19–21.

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