The Coachella Music Festival will return between April 11-13, and for music fans who won’t be able to make the trip to the Calfornia, YouTube will prove a useful resource. The top video sharing site is teaming up with T-Mobile for three days of Coachella live streams, which will be presented on the festival’s official channel.
The Coachella YouTube channel has provided on-demand clips every year since 2010, bringing viewers video from some of the biggest acts in music. This year’s coverage will feature more of the same; in addition to some live streaming shows, fans will be treated to artist interviews, behind-the-scenes footage and performance highlights.
The Coachella festival attracts thousands of concertgoers each year, all of whom flock to the remote festival each year to see their favorite musical acts. This year’s lineup was announced in January, with OutKast, Muse, and the Arcade Fire slotted as the three most prominent headliners.