Music festival Coachella has decided to stream the festival for free on YouTube until 2026. In addition to high-quality live broadcasts, we will develop content that penetrates behind the scenes of artists, sales of limited products, online chat, online activation with artists, etc.
Coachella is a music festival held in California, USA. It is one of the most famous and influential musical events in the world. The festival takes place every year in April and attracts millions of viewers from all over the world.
Coachella was founded in 1999 and has since become a popular event for music fans and celebrities. Famous musicians and bands from different genres, including electronic music, hip-hop, rock and others, perform at the festival.
Coachella is also known for its unusual and extravagant design, which includes huge art installations, decorations and architectural elements. Also on the territory of the festival there are many different stands and recreation areas where people can relax and have fun. Also on the territory where this popular international music festival will be held, there are many play areas for children.
Coachella, one of the largest music festivals in North America, has renewed its partnership with YouTube, and the festival will be streamed free of charge on the YouTube platform until 2026. 2023 will be the 11th year it will be streamed on YouTube.
The world’s most popular video surfing also offers on-demand streaming and behind-the-scenes footage via YouTube Shorts, as well as a live chat feature. Goldenvoice President Paul Tollett said the partnership would “bring Coachella to everyone around the world.”
Bad Bunny, BLACKPINK, and Frank Ocean will headline Coachella 2023, which will take place April 14-16 and April 21-23. Burna Boy, Gorillaz, boygenius, Björk, Rosalía, The Chemical Brothers, Charli XCX, Wet Leg, Pusha T, Yungblud, Kali Uchis and many more are on the list.
This mega-popular international music festival has become one of the most beloved music events for music fans, which is held annually in the United States of America.