For its 2023 edition, the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival will have all of its stages across both weekends livestreamed with six feeds—the first time since the fest started in 1999.
Having six feeds in action this year means double the 2022 amount, allowing people all over the world to watch from home, abroad, or at parties and other gatherings.
Physical coverage of the art, artists, installations, behind-the-scenes moments, and more will also be livestreamed to viewers in between sets.
"Every year, Coachella gets bigger and better. And every year, we up our game to meet that moment. As we gear up for one of the most global lineups in Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival history, we are going all in to make this year’s livestream experience and YouTube presence the most epic yet!" official partner YouTube said in a statement.
YouTube announced in January that it renewed its partnership with Coachella promoter Goldenvoice, making the annual concert available on the music festival's official YouTube channel annually until 2026.
Bad Bunny, BLACKPINK, and Frank Ocean are set to headline Coachella 2023, which will happen from April 14 to 16 and April 21 to 23.
"No matter where you are in the world, you have the chance to be a part of this year’s Coachella history by catching the show from your smartphone, living room, computer, or car on Coachella’s YouTube Channel or within the YouTube Music app," the video streaming platform said.
Coachella is North America's largest music festival. Around 750,000 people attended its 2022 edition.