The annual Coachella Music & Arts Festival has begun its double-weekend stint in Indio, California on Friday, April 10. Weekend 1 spans April 10 through April 12 with live sets to be broadcasted live from the Coachella YouTube channel. Sets will also be broadcasted from SiriusXM during the course of the weekend. Video broadcasts will also be available on AXS TV during weekend two, which will take place from April 17-19.
Tune in from the privacy of your own home this weekend as Coachella airs live video footage beginning at 3:35 p.m. PST each of the festival days. Another plus side to tuning in live is that you’ll be able to switch between three channels on the Coachella YouTube page, which will be showcasing different live sets taking place at the various stages across the festival grounds.
Unleashed by T-Mobile, Coachella Live will include some of the most sought-after names in music. The highly anticipated Goldenvoice event hosts six stages in 2015, which includes the Coachella Stage, Outdoor Theatre, Gobi, Mojave, Sahara, and Yuma.
Dance fans can expect live video broadcasts this weekend from Gorgon City, Keys N Krates, DJ Snake, Nero, R3hab, Porter Robinson, and Alesso on Friday. On Saturday, anticipate sets from Clean Bandit, Duke Dumont, Flosstradamus, Gramatik, Axwell /\ Ingrosso, Dirty South, and Deorro. Wrapping things up on Sunday are What So Not, Martin Solveig, Kaskade, Madeon, Florence + The Machine, New World Punx, David Guetta, Kygo, Odesza, Jamie XX, and more (listed in order of set time).
SiriusXM will also broadcast live sets across multiple channels over the course of Coachella weekend. The diverse lineup will encompass a wide variety of live acts including Jack White, Hozier, Alabama Shakes, Fitz & The Tantrums, Milky Chance, Cedric Gervais, alt-J, and many more. Expect longtime SiriusXM anchor Jenny Eliscu to be joined by a slew of celebrity guest hosts along with exclusive Coachella news all weekend long. SiriusXM’s Coachella broadcast will air on Alt Nation (Ch. 36) starting April 10 at 2 pm ET. Select performances will also air on The Spectrum (Ch. 28), SiriusXMU (Ch. 35), BPM (Ch. 51) and Electric Area (Ch. 52).
For a full Coachella Live broadcasting listing with scheduled set times and airings, visit https://www.coachellalive.com/#lineup.
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