Not everyone can fly off to Southern California’s Colorado Desert to attend Coachella in the flesh. But you don’t have to succumb to the FOMO — did you know you can witness the 2023 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival from anywhere in the world? Here’s how you can live stream the festival for free.
How to livestream Coachella on YouTube
ICYDK, YouTube has been the livestream partner of Coachella for 11 years, and they’ve got the live streaming rights until 2026.
So to livestream Coachella 2023, all you need is a strong internet connection. Just head over to youtube.com/coachella, and you’re all set!
BLACKPINK, Bad Bunny, Frank Ocean, and more
The 11th edition of one of the biggest music festivals in the world will see performances from top artists including K-Pop royalty BLACKPINK, Bad Bunny, Frank Ocean, and more headlining the two-week festival.
“Our partnership with YouTube brings Coachella to everyone around the world,” says Paul Tollett, Goldenvoice President. “The 2023 lineup sees performers from Brazil, France, Iceland, India, Jamaica, Nigeria, Puerto Rico, South Korea, Spain, and beyond, and bringing international fans closer to their hometown artists is important to our team.”
This year, Coachella is happening on April 14-16, and 21-23 at Empire Polo Club in Indio, California, USA
More than just festival livestreams
YouTube’s official Coachella content isn’t just limited to the livestream. Fans can get a closer look at what’s happening on the ground through YouTube Shorts. And you can also relive your favorite performances with on-demand videos after the show.
Music fans should also keep their eyes peeled for exciting features like exclusive merchandise drops via YouTube Shopping, new tracks on YouTube Music, exclusive content for YouTube Premium subscribers, interaction with artists through Live Chat, and onsite activations with YouTube Creators and Artists. Subscribe now to the official Coachella channel so you don’t miss out!