Coachella Reveals Live Stream Programming for Both Weekends of Festival

In a festival first for Coachella, both weekends of the Indio, California event will be live streamed. The weekends of April 12th and April 19th will feature 53 live-streamed acts at the time of writing with more potentially in the works. That number is up from 48, which was originally reported on Coachella’s YouTube account earlier today.
Several of dance music’s biggest representatives on the lineup will be among the live streamed acts. This includes Dillon Francis, DJ Snake, Jauz,Kayzo, Gryffin, Gorgon City and many more.


Outside of electronic music’s healthy representation, acts such as Billie Eilish,YG, CHVRCHES, Weezer, and more will also be included. To see all of the live stream artists and tune in beginning April 12th, check out Coachella’s YouTube channel here.
The 2019 edition of Coachella’s first weekend will run from April 12th-14th, and the second will run from April 19th-21st.

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Good Morning Mix: Rinsing Daft Punk’s iconic Coachella set ‘One More Time’

Coachella Weekend One is nearing its commencement date of April 12. Without fail, the incoming festivities always give a welcome excuse to visit one of the most historic performances at the festival, and possibly the world: Daft Punk at the main stage in 2006. It’s impossible to forget the stunning and groundbreaking pyramid setup used at the time to manifest their multicolored reality, nor the medley of their biggest hits and other gems that were so expertly mixed together in conjunction with the visuals. The performance would also be one of the elusive French duo’s last ever, as they notably haven’t taken to the road since they wrapped up their subsequent 2007 tour.

Without further ado, it’s time to revisit this iconic showing in video form—albeit, a bit on the grainy side.

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