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Stream Coachella 2016 All Weekend Long

Stream Coachella 2016 All Weekend Long

Well music fans, it is the weekend you have all been waiting for–well the first of two weekends anyway. Coachella 2016 is officially under way and if you are’t one of the lucky 193,000 festival attendees braving the sweltering heat of Indio, California for LCD Soundsystem and Guns N Roses, then we’ve got some pretty swell news for you. You can stream over 100 acts throughout weekend right here!

Explore the three video plays below to see who is playing Saturday and Sunday, And if you missed any sets from yesterday, worry not; Coachella is streaming sets from Friday (Sufjan Stevens, LCD Soundsystem) until the new music begins. Today, you can catch Run the Jewels, Courtney Barnett, Chvrches, Disclosure, Ice Cube, Alvvays, Deerhunter, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Grimes, Rhye, and Vince Staples.

On Sunday, you can see Beach House, Death Grips, Matt and Kim, the 1975, Major Lazer, Sia, Hudson Mohawke, Autolux, Kamasi Washington, Baauer, and Flume. For a more in-depth look at the streaming schedule you can take a look here and schedule your weekend accordingly.

This is the most comprehensive a festival stream has ever been so at this point I am just waiting fro the immersive VR experience that I am sure is being developed for people who don’t want to leave the comfort of their own home (yo). Enjoy the music below and holler at us on @NerdistMusic about what is catching your ear.

Stream Coachella Below:

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Image Credit: Danny Clinch, courtesy of artist


Matt Grosinger is the music editor of Nerdist. Big crowds freak him out so he’ll be streaming Coachella all weekend from his couch.

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