How to Watch the Coachella 2023 Livestream

Bad Bunny, Kid LAROI and Blink-182 headline Weekend 2 of the music fest

Kid Laroi, Bad Bunny, Blink-182
Kid Laroi, Bad Bunny, Blink-182 (Getty Images)

Weekend 2 of Coachella 2023 (April 21-23), brings Bad Bunny, Blackpink, and Blink-182, who are stepping in to fill the slot left vacant by Frank Ocean. You can see the schedule here.

Catch them all via Coachella’s global livestream on YouTube. Besides the live performances, it will showcase in between sets, behind-the-scenes moments, and on-the-ground coverage of the art, artists, creators and installations.

Watch the Coachella 2023 Livestream

When Does Coachella 2023 Take Place?

Week 1 runs from Friday, April 14 to Sunday, April 16.

Week 2 runs from Friday, April 21 to Sunday, April 23.

Who’s Playing Which Stage at Coachella 2023?

Coachella Stage‘s April 21 line-up includes Doechii, Pusha T, Becky G, Burna Boy, Gorillaz, and Puerto Rican rapper Bad Bunny.

Outdoor Theater, featuring Saba, Yungblud, SG Lewis, Kaytranada, & The Chemical Brothers

Sahara, featuring Malaa, Vintage Culture, Jamie Jones, Two Friends, & Metro Boomin

Mojave featuring Gabriels, Muna, Wet Leg, Blondie, Angèle, & FKJ

Gobi, with Overmono, Benee, Tobe Nwigwe, Yves Tumor, The Garden, Whyte Fang, & Ashnikko

Sonora, featuring Magdalena Bay, DannyLux, Lava La Rue, The Murder Capital, & Soul Glo

You can also tune in from your smartphone, computer or car or by using the YouTube Music app.

Exclusives for YouTube Premium Members

For both weekends, subscribers will have exclusive insider access to Premium pre-parties which lets viewers into pre-show preparations with Jackson Wang on Sunday, April 16; Eladio Carrión on Saturday, April 22; and Yaeji on Sunday, April 23.

Who Else Is Performing?

Other performers booked for the fest include Bjork, Charli XCX, Chromeo, Idris Elba, the Kid Laroi, Underworld. You can see the full lineup here.