How to Watch Coachella Music Festival Online Streaming 2023 - ELLE
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How to Watch Coachella Music Festival Online Streaming 2023 - ELLE

No weekend passes, no problem.
Coachella is always one of the hottest tickets of the year, and that’s no different in 2023 with superstars like Bad Bunny, Blackpink, and Frank Ocean set to headline the fest. But even with the expected high demand, viewers who aren’t able to snag a pass will still be able to watch at home: Luckily, a livestream will be available on YouTube for fans all over the world.
This marks the 11th year that Goldenvoice, which organizes the festival, will partner with YouTube. In fact, the two just renewed their collaboration to run through 2026—so it looks like our Coachella plans are set for the next three years. In addition to livestreams, behind-the-scenes content, on-demand performance footage, and other exclusives will be available on the platform. (So if Frank Ocean happens to debut new music, we can replay it over and over again.)
More details about the livestream will be available closer to the festival, which runs from April 14 to 16 for weekend 1, and April 21 to 23 for weekend 2. In addition to the mega-watt headliners, this year’s performers include: Gorillaz, Burna Boy, The Chemical Brothers, Kaytranada, Blondie, Becky G, Metro Boomin, FKJ, Pusha T, Tobe Nwigwe, Wet Leg, SG Lewis, Yves Tumor, The Garden, Testpilot, Angèle, Muna, Rosalía, Boygenius, $uicideboy$, The Kid Laroi, Charli XCX, Labrinth, Underworld, Diljit Dosanjh, Eladio Carrión, Sofi Tukker, Remi Wolf, Björk, Kali Uchis, Porter Robinson, Fisher + Chris Lake, A Boogie, Dominic Fike, Jai Paul, Jackson Wang, Latto, The Blaze, Willow, GloRilla, and many more.
Check out the full lineup below.
Erica Gonzales is the Senior Culture Editor at, where she oversees coverage on TV, movies, music, books, and more. She was previously an editor at There is a 75 percent chance she’s listening to Lorde right now. 
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