Kanye West's Easter Sunday Service at Coachella Will Stream Live

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The rapper made the announcement last month to his team, sharing the good news that they "had a mountain waiting" for their performance set for Sunday at 9 a.m. PT.

Kanye West will give Coachella guests and streamers the chance to witness his Sunday Service this Easter. 

The rapper made the announcement last month, sharing the good news that he "had a mountain waiting" for the performance. 

"We were out in Palm Springs and they took us to a little campground because we were thinking about a little performance in Palm Springs, just a little one," West said in a video posted by wife Kim Kardashian on Twitter. "Then they had a mountain, he had a mountain waiting for us. He had a date waiting for us. Only one date that mountain would be available to us: Easter Sunday at Coachella. That confirmation was confirmed last night." 

The news came as a surprise, as West was originally in talks to perform at Coachella, but backed out at the time because the event could not accommodate building a giant dome for his set.

Childish Gambino, Tame Impala and Ariana Grande are back as Weekend 2's headliners at the fest. 

Viewers can visit Coachella’s YouTube channel for streams of the weekend's performances and Sunday's service. This year marks the first time YouTube has live-streamed both weekends, offering a curated lineup of performances, artist vignettes and behind-the-scenes videos at the event. 

West's Sunday Service will be available to stream on Sunday at 9 a.m. PT.