Coachella Is Live All Weekend on YouTube

Three channels will stream the show from five stages

  YouTube will be live streaming the festival again
Coachella is about to get underway and, as is tradition by now, YouTube will be there, so you don't have to. Granted, three days in the mud along with 74,999 other screaming people sounds like a lot of fun.

Coachella is about to get underway and, as is tradition by now, YouTube will be there, so you don't have to. Granted, three days in the mud along with 74,999 other screaming people sounds like a lot of fun.

But if for whatever reason you can't go, you can still catch most of the action on the five stages from three live feeds on YouTube.

You won't be able to catch everything, but most bands, large or small, will get their chance.

The live stream starts in a few hours and will continue for the next three days. You can see a lineup of the bands and the broadcast schedule on the YouTube page.

"You'll be able to catch artists' interviews with and live shows from more than 60 bands, including the xx, Passion Pit, Vampire Weekend and the Red Hot Chili Peppers," YouTube explained.

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