Australia gets Coachella livestream this weekend

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It all goes down this weekend from April 13015 in Indio, California and will find the biggest names in music taking to the stages for some special performances.

Coachella is just around the corner - kicking off this weekend to be exact - and YouTube has confirmed that the platform will be live streaming the event for the eighth consecutive year.

This year's Coachella live stream is presented by T-Mobile and will offer viewers a choice of four live stream feeds with different artists being streamed simultaneously. Fans can also create their own viewing schedules with the artists they want to see, with live streams switching based on what they chose.

It includes a new VR180 channel that will allow viewers to experience performances and exclusive on the ground coverage using headsets like Google Cardboard and Daydream View.

Highlights from the weekend will be shown on a VOD hub, with streams hosted by Jason Bentley from radio station KCRW, Nadeska Alexis, Valerie Lee and Brittany Eustis. Google Home will also provide information on the festival, from set times to travel information, with fans at home getting an exclusive backstage experience via live interviews throughout the weekend.

Considering Bey's live performances never disappoint, fans are no doubt in for an absolutely treat. Topped by The Weeknd, Beyoncé, and Eminem, the Coachella lineup gets considerably more intriguing by lines two and three.

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