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WATCH: Coachella 2022 Live Stream Weekend 2, Day 1 + Curated 3-Channel Bonus Sets



Weekend 1 of Coachella 2022 is in the books — and it’s time for the iconic event to make its return to the Empire Polo Club grounds for weekend 2 from April 22-24. Following a successful installment from April 15-17, Coachella is back home in the desert after just celebrating 20 years — and two years off — we couldn’t be looking more forward to this weekend’s festivities. Seamlessly culminating music, art, and culture, Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival is a staple within the circuit. If you can’t be there to join in on the Indio, CA event, be sure to secure your very own front row seat with the Coachella 2022 live stream. What surprises does weekend 2 have in store? We’ll just have to tune in and see for ourselves!

The stream is slated to begin at 5 p.m. PT / 8 p.m. EST each day. Taking place across each festival day during weekend 2, the Coachella 2022 live stream for weekend 2 will once again take place across 3 channels, including the main channel 1 stream (Curated), Channel 2’s Bonus Sets, and Channel 3’s Bonus Sets, each offering a separate live stream lineup.

Channel 1 Coachella Curated Schedule
*schedule is subject to change*

Friday, April 22nd (all times PT)

5:00 PM – Coachella Curated with MEUTE, The HU, Princess Nokia
6:00 PM – Coachella Curated with Sonora Artists, Bishop Briggs, The Regrettes
7:00 PM – Coachella Curated with Omar Apollo, Carly Rae Jepsen, City Girls
8:00 PM – Coachella Curated with IDLES, The Marias, Cordae
9:00 PM – Coachella Curated with Madeon, Run the Jewels, Black Coffee
10:00 PM – Anitta (Full Set)
10:45 PM – Baby Keem (Full Set)
11:30 PM – Harry Styles (Full Set)
— Livestream Rebroadcast —

Channel 2 Schedule – Coachella Bonus Sets
*schedule is subject to change*

Friday, April 22nd (all times PT)

10:00 PM – Grupo Firme
10:55 PM – Daniel Caesar
11:40 PM – Big Sean
6:00 AM (Sat) – Bonus Sets Rebroadcast
2:00 PM (Sat) – Bonus Sets Rebroadcast

Channel 3 Schedule – Coachella Bonus Sets
*schedule is subject to change*

Friday, April 22nd (all times PT)

10:00 PM – Phoebe Bridgers
11:00 PM – Pink Sweat$
11:45: PM – Louis the Child
6:00 AM (Sat) – Bonus Sets Rebroadcast
2:00 PM (Sat) – Bonus Sets Rebroadcast

Coachella 2022’s first weekend brought tons of unforgettable moments from announced acts — and, of course, a slew of guest artists & performances not on the bill. Harry Styles rocked the Coachella stage for a closing performance on Friday, showcasing his new smash “As It Was” as well as fan-favorites “Sign Of The Times,” “Adore You,” “Golden,” and “Watermelon Sugar,” as well as bringing out special guest Shania Twain for “Man I Feel Like A Woman,” and “You’re Still The One.” Billie Eilish provided an ensemble for the books on Saturday as the Happier Than Ever singer/songwriter dominated the main stage as the festival’s youngest headliner to date. From “bad guy” to “you should see me a crown,” a larger-than-life rendition of “Oxytocin,” which hypnotized the audience — Billie had the crowd in her control as she made the magic of Coachella as realistic as ever. Bringing out guests like Khalid for “Lovely,” and Blur and Gorillaz frontman Damon Albarn for a rendition of her Happier Than Ever track “Getting Older,” she then introduced De La Sol’s Pos for Gorillaz “Feel Good Inc.” Festival-goers and Couchella viewers were serenaded by the return of Swedish House Mafia, whose album Paradise Again dropped on April 15. Steve Angello, Ingrosso, and Axwell took to the main stage for a set that included some of their biggest hits, a few new LP tracks, followed by The Weeknd taking the stage for a festival-style performance that incorporated nearly 20 songs.

Doja Cat put on what was practically a headline performance, fully equipped with all of her Planet Her hits (and then some), special guests, an over-the-top stage & production design, and four costume changes all within an hourlong ensemble. Also on the main stage were Anitta, who brought out Snoop Dog, Karol G, who brought out Tiësto and Becky G, Giveon, Daniel Caesar, who brought out special guest Justin Bieber for their collaboration “Peaches,” and Flume, whose set was visually stimulating and filled with live vocal performances. And let’s not forget about the action at the other stages across the sprawling Polo Club grounds, including the Outdoor Theatre’s performances from Disclosure, who brought out special guest Khalid, Louis The Child, Madeon, who delivered breathtaking visuals, FINNEAS, and Chelsea Cutler, among others. The Sahara tent was the place to be yet again as some noteworthy talent graced the stage, including recent GRAMMY Award-winning DJ/producer Black Coffee, Duke Dumont, Duck Sauce, SLANDER, Dom Dolla, John Summit, Tchami, Whipped Cream and many, many more.

Photos courtesy of Coachella’s Facebook page


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