This Is How You Can Livestream Coachella 2018 On YouTube

You can enjoy Queen Bey from the comfort of your own couch

Beyonce

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Those of us who didn’t spend hundreds of dollars to go to Coachella this year aren’t entirely out of luck; YouTube will be exclusively livestreaming the festival so fans can tune in from the comfort of their own homes. (That sounds a lot more comfortable than being in a hot desert amidst crowds of fans in flower crowns, just saying.)

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Seventy-eight acts from Coachella’s first weekend, April 13-15, are confirmed to be broadcast on YouTube, including Beyoncé, The Weeknd, St. Vincent, and Tyler, the Creator. (About 169 artists total are scheduled to perform those days.) Who won’t you be able to stream? Eminem (who’s headlining on Sunday), Cardi B, SZA, and Miguel, among others.

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See the list below for the artists you can watch this weekend. Tune into Coachella’s YouTube channel with any screen—mobile, laptop, and TV.

  • 6lack — Sunday, 4/15
  • Aurora — Sunday, 4/15
  • Alan Walker — Friday, 4/13
  • Alina Baraz —Saturday, 4/14
  • Alison Wonderland — Friday, 4/13
  • Alvvays — Saturday, 4/14
  • Aminé — Sunday, 4/15
  • Angel Olsen — Saturday, 4/14
  • Brockhampton — Saturday, 4/14
  • Belly — Friday, 4/13
  • Benjamin Booker — Saturday, 4/14
  • Beyoncé — Saturday, 4/14
  • Black Coffee — Friday, 4/13
  • Bleachers — Friday, 4/13
  • BØRNS —Saturday, 4/14
  • Chloe x Halle — Saturday, 4/14
  • Chromeo — Saturday, 4/14
  • Daniel Caesar — Friday, 4/13
  • Dej Loaf — Sunday, 4/15
  • Deorro — Friday, 4/13
  • Django Django — Saturday, 4/14
  • Dreams — Friday, 4/13
  • Ekali — Saturday, 4/14
  • Elohim — Friday, 4/13
  • First Aid Kit — Saturday, 4/14
  • Flatbush Zombies — Saturday, 4/14
  • French Montana — Sunday, 4/15
  • Greta Van Fleet — Friday, 4/13
  • Haim — Saturday, 4/14
  • Highly Suspect — Saturday, 4/14
  • Illenium — Sunday, 4/15
  • Jacob Banks — Sunday, 4/15
  • Jamiroquai — Friday, 4/13
  • Jean-Michel Jarre — Friday, 4/13
  • Jessie Ware — Sunday, 4/15
  • Kali Uchis — Friday, 4/13
  • Kamaiyah — Sunday, 4/15
  • Kamasi Washington — Sunday, 4/15
  • Kygo — Friday, 4/13
  • LANY — Sunday, 4/15
  • Los Ángeles Azules — Friday, 4/13
  • Louis the Child — Saturday, 4/14
  • LÉON — Friday, 4/13
  • Magic Giant — Sunday, 4/15
  • Marian Hill — Saturday, 4/14
  • Moses Sumney — Friday, 4/13
  • MØ — Saturday, 4/14
  • Nile Rodgers & Chic — Saturday, 4/14
  • Noname — Sunday, 4/15
  • Nothing But Thieves — Sunday, 4/15
  • Odesza — Sunday, 4/15
  • PVRIS — Friday, 4/13
  • Party Favor — Saturday, 4/14
  • Perfume Genius — Friday, 4/13
  • Petit Biscuit — Sunday, 4/15
  • Portugal. the Man — Sunday, 4/15
  • Post Malone — Saturday, 4/14
  • Rezz — Friday, 4/13
  • San Holo — Sunday, 4/15
  • Skip Marley — Friday, 4/13
  • Slow Magic — Friday, 4/13
  • Snakehips — Saturday, 4/14
  • St. Vincent — Friday, 4/13
  • SuperDuperKyle — Friday, 4/13
  • They. — Sunday, 4/15
  • Tash Sultana — Saturday, 4/14
  • The Weeknd — Friday, 4/13
  • Troyboi — Friday, 4/13
  • Tyler, the Creator — Saturday, 4/14
  • Vance Joy — Sunday, 4/15
  • Vince Staples — Friday, 4/13
  • Whethan — Friday, 4/13
  • Wizkid — Saturday, 4/14
  • X Japan — Saturday, 4/14
  • alt-J —Saturday, 4/14
  • Blackbear — Saturday, 4/14
  • The Neighborhood — Friday, 4/13
  • The War on Drugs — Friday, 4/13

Check out the full Coachella 2018 lineup here.

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This article originally appeared on Harper’s Bazaar US. 

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