The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is set to kick off next Friday with livestreams available for six different festival stages. The event will run from Friday to Sunday on two consecutive weekends, April 12-14 and April 19-21.

This year’s headliners include No Doubt, Lana Del Rey, Tyler the Creator, and Doja Cat. A lineup of other talented artists such as Peso Pluma, Blur, J Balvin, and many more is also confirmed for the festival.

For those interested in watching the performances, YouTube’s Coachella channel will be livestreaming the lineup from each day after the night’s final set until the next day. Additionally, highlights will be available on demand.

Set times for the performances are still to be determined, but will be updated once they are released.

Excitingly, a new feature this year will be YouTube’s “multiview,” which will allow viewers to watch performances on up to four stages simultaneously. This innovative feature aims to enhance the viewing experience by allowing viewers to monitor each act and select audio from one at a time.

The festival will have six livefeed streams available for viewers to enjoy, each showcasing different stages including the Coachella Stage, Outdoor Theatre, Sahara, Mojave, Gobi, and Sonora. To watch any of these stages, simply click on the embedded player for the corresponding stage.

As the countdown to Coachella begins, music enthusiasts can look forward to a diverse lineup of talented artists and a unique viewing experience made possible by YouTube’s innovative features.

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