Couldn’t get your hands on some Coachella tickets this year? Fret not, YouTube has got you covered––Free of charge. Live-streaming has now become the norm; April still hasn’t given birth yet, but she has over 100,000 viewers daily.
Don’t have $1000 to drop for a weekend? Watch Coachella and Lady Gaga perform live from the comfort of your own home. Sponsored by T-Mobile, YouTube will live-stream the first weekend of Coachella for the seventh year in a row. This year, viewers will be able to choose from three different live channels as well as 360-degree camera modes.
YouTube will also permit viewers to opt in for alerts when their favorite artists come on and they also plan on having a sneak peek inside the underground dance-music Yuma tent for the first time this year.
Coachella is coming up April 14th and will go on until April 23rd.