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While many music fans have chosen to physically attend the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, Calif., YouTube live-stream coverage will continue this weekend for those not attending.
The first weekend, for which passes sold out in 40 minutes, kicked off Friday, April 12, with headliners including Childish Gambino, who premiered his musical film Guava Island to 100 guests the previous day, Kacey Musgraves, Janelle Monae, Anderson .Paak and Jaden Smith. The following day welcomed Tame Impala to the stage along with Solange, Kid Cudi, Weezer and Aphex Twin. Sunday’s festivities were capped off with first-time Coachella performer Ariana Grande, the youngest ever headliner for the festival.
Among the stars who attended events such as Levi’s Party in the Desert were Vanessa Hudgens, Hailey Bieber, Darren Criss, Cuba Gooding Jr., Paris Hilton, Lena Waithe, Jameela Jamil and Emily Ratajkowski.
Those who prefer to watch the upcoming events April 19-21 from the comfort of their own home can tune in to Coachella’s YouTube channel, which offers a curated program of artists performances. Currently confirmed live-stream artists include Grande, Tame Impala, Nocturnal Sunshine and Perfume.
The live stream of Coachella’s second weekend will conclude Sunday, April 21.
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