As Coachella 2023 weekend 1 comes to a close, the final two performers to take to the Coachella Stage (main stage) appear to not be taking part in the live stream broadcast. Björk and Frank Ocean are not listed in the official schedules for the #CoachellaOnYouTube live stream schedules for Sunday, April 16. While it still remains unclear if their performances will broadcast during weekend 2 (April 21-23), it is apparent that they will not be airing their showcases during weekend 1.
No official statements were made by AEG Presents, Goldenvoice, Coachella, Frank Ocean or Björk themselves, so the reasoning for their ensembles to be missing from the live stream is yet to be determined. YouTube has confirmed Frank Ocean’s set will not stream, following an official statement on Twitter, below.
Frank Ocean is not scheduled to appear on the Coachella livestream. The current schedule is in the description → https://t.co/oweGcgaTZs— YouTube (@YouTube) April 17, 2023
#CoachellaOnYouTube will still air many other sets from Coachella 2023 day 1 during weekend 1, including FISHER + Chris Lake, Porter Robinson, MK, Jai Wolf, Dominic Fike, GloRilla, Kali Uchis, WILLOW, A Boogie with A Hoodie, and many more. Watch the 6 stage, 6 channel live stream for Coachella 2023 on YouTube, below. Check this space as any additional updates become available.
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