Coachella 2024 is right around the corner.

While the globally-recognized music festival is set to happen at the Empire Polo Club in California this April 13-15 and April 20-22 (Philippine time), the fest is partnering up with YouTube again to stream the different performances worldwide. Each stage will have its own livestream, with a new multi-view feature possible to let you stream up to four live performances at once.

Check out how and who to watch at the festival below.


How do I stream Coachella 2024?

The Coachella Stage, Outdoor Theatre, Gobi, Sahara, Mojave, and Sonora Stages already have their streams set-up. The livestreams will start on April 13, 7AM (Philippine time). Interested watchers can get a notification reminder by hitting the “notify me” button on each of the stream pages on the Coachella YouTube page.

You can also revisit full sets from the 2023 Coachella festival and the 20th anniversary on the page.

What are the set times in Philippine time?

Coachella announced on April 10 the set times for the different stages for April 13 to 15. The festival will commence at 1PM (Pacific Daylight Time), which means that it will start at 4AM, Philippine time. Given that the streams are currently only set to go live at 7AM Philippine time, the performances from 4PM (PDT) onwards will be available for streaming. Check out the full schedule here.

Friday, 12 April (Saturday, 13 April in PHT)

Coachella Stage

  • Young Miko — 4:45-5:30 (7:45-8:30 AM PHT)
  • Sabrina Carpenter — 6:00-7:00 (9:00-10:00 AM PHT)
  • Lil Uzi Vert — 7:35-8:20 (10:35-11:20 AM PHT)
  • Peso Pluma — 9:05-10:10 (12:05-1:10 PM PHT)
  • Lana Del Rey — 11:20 (2:20 PM PHT)

Outdoor Theatre

  • Fundido — 4:15-5:15 (7:15-8:15 AM PHT)
  • L’Impératrice — 5:25-6:10 (8:25-9: 25AM PHT)
  • Deftones — 6:45-7:35 (9:45-10:35 AM PHT)
  • Everything Always — 8:10-9:25 (11:10-12:25 PM PHT)
  • Justice — 10:15 (1:15 PM PHT)

Sahara Stage

  • Cloonee — 4:00-5:00 (7:00-8:00 AM PHT)
  • Ken Carson — 5:20-6:05 (8:20-9:05 AM PHT)
  • Skepta — 6:30-7:15 (9:30-10:15 AM PHT)
  • Bizarrap — 7:45-8:45 (10:45-11:45 AM PHT)
  • Peggy Gou — 9:15-10:15 (12:15-1:15 PM PHT)
  • ATEEZ — 10:45-11:35 (1:45-2:35 PM PHT)
  • Steve Angello — 12:00 (3:00 PM PHT)

Mojave Stage

  • The Japanese House — 4:30-5:10 (7:30-8:10 AM PHT)
  • Faye Webster — 5:40-6:25 (8:40-9:25 AM PHT)
  • Tinashe — 6:55-7:50 (9:55-10:50 AM PHT)
  • Yoasobi — 8:20-9:05 (11:20 AM-12:05 PM PHT)
  • Hatsune Miku — 9:50-10:40 (12:50-1:40 PM PHT)
  • Anti Up — 11:15 (2:15 PM PHT)

Gobi Stage

  • Sid Sriram — 4:20-5:00 (7:20-8:00 AM PHT)
  • Chappell Roan — 5:30-6:15 (8:30-9:15 AM PHT)
  • Brittany Howard — 6:45-7:30 (9:45-10:30 AM PHT)
  • NEIL FRANCES — 8:00-8:45 (11:00-11:45 AM PHT)
  • Chlöe — 9:15-10:00 (12:15-1:00 PM PHT)
  • Suki Waterhouse — 10:30 (1:30 PM PHT)

Sonora Stage

  • The Beths — 4:50-5:30 (7:50-8:30 AM PHT)
  • Eartheater — 5:55-6:35 (8:55-9:35 AM PHT)
  • Black Country, New Road — 8:00-8:40 (11:00-11:40 AM PHT)
  • Clown Core — 9:05-9:55 (12:05-12:55 NN PHT)
  • Son Rompe Pera — 10:20 (1:20 PM PHT)
Lana Del Rey

Lana Del Rey courtesy of Billboard.

Saturday, 13 April (Sunday, 14 April in PHT)

Coachella Stage

  • Santa Fe Klan — 4:45-5:30 (7:45-8:30 AM PHT)
  • Sublime — 6:05-6:55 (9:05-9:55 AM PHT)
  • Blur — 7:40-8:40 (10:40-11:40 AM PHT)
  • No Doubt — 9:25-10:40 (12:25-1:40 PM PHT)
  • Tyler the Creator — 11:40 (2:40 PM PHT)

Outdoor Theatre

  • Gabe Real — 4:05-4:50 (7:05-7:50 AM PHT)
  • Vampire Weekend — 5:00-5:45 (8:00-8:45 AM PHT)
  • Blxst — 6:10-6:55 (9:10-9:55 AM PHT)
  • Jon Batiste — 7:25-8:10 (10:25-11:10 AM PHT)
  • JUNGLE — 8:40-9:30 (11:40 AM-12:30 PM PHT)
  • Gesaffelstein — 10:40 (1:40 PM PHT)

Sahara Stage

  • Destroy Lonely — 4:30-5:15 (7:30-8:15 AM PHT)
  • Purple Disco Machine — 5:40-6:40 (8:40-9:40 AM PHT)
  • Grimes — 7:10-8:00 (10:10-11:00 AM PHT)
  • Ice Spice — 8:30-9:00 (11:30 AM-12:00 PM PHT)
  • ISOKNOCK — 9:30-10:20 (12:30-1:20 PM PHT)
  • Le Sserafim — 10:50-11:30 (1:50-2:30 PM PHT)
  • Dom Dolla — 11:55 (2:55 PM PHT)

Mojave Stage

  • RAYE — 4:10-4:55 (7:10-7:55 AM PHT)
  • Kevin Abstract — 5:25-6:05 (8:25-9:05 AM PHT)
  • Bleachers — 6:50-7:35 (9:50-10:35 AM PHT)
  • Charlotte de Witte — 8:05-9:20 (11:05-12:20 PM PHT)
  • Coi Leray — 9:50-10:20 (12:50-1:20 PM PHT)
  • The Drums — 10:45 (1:45 PM PHT)

Gobi Stage

  • thuy — 4:20-5:00 (7:20-8:00 AM PHT)
  • The Last Dinner Party — 5:30-6:15 (8:30-9:15 AM PHT)
  • Palace — 6:45-7:30 (9:45-10:30 AM PHT)
  • Oneohtrix Point Never — 8:00-8:45 (11:00-11:45 AM PHT)
  • Saint Levant — 9:15-9:55 (12:15-12:55 PM PHT)
  • Kevin Kaarl — 10:25-11:05 (1:25-2:05 PM PHT)
  • Orbital — 11:40 (2:40 PM PHT)

Tyler the Creator: Courtesy of @feli

Sonora Stage

  • The Adicts — 5:05-5:50 (8:05-8:50 AM PHT)
  • Depresión Sonora — 6:15-6:50 (9:15-9:50 AM PHT)
  • The Red Pears — 7:15-7:50 (10:15-10:50 AM PHT)
  • bar italia — 8:15-8:55 (11:15-11:55 AM PHT)
  • Brutalismus 3000 — 9:15 (12:15 PM PHT)

Sunday, 14 April (Monday, 15 April in PHT)

Coachella Stage

  • YG Marley — 4:05-4:55 (7:05-7:55 AM PHT)
  • Carin León — 5:25-6:15 (8:25-9:15 AM PHT)
  • Bebe Rexha — 6:50-7:35 (9:50-10:35 AM PHT)
  • J Balvin — 8:20-9:20 (11:20 AM-12:20 PM PHT)
  • Doja Cat — 10:25 (1:25 PM PHT)

Outdoor Theatre

  • Reneé Rapp — 5:05-5:55 (8:05-8:55 AM PHT)
  • The Rose — 6:25-7:10 (9:25-10:10 AM PHT)
  • Khruangbin — 7:50-8:50 (10:50-11:50 AM PHT)
  • Jhené Aiko — 9:30 (12:30 PM PHT)

Sahara Stage

  • SPINALL — 4:00-4:45 (7:00-7:45 AM PHT)
  • AP Dhillon — 5:10-5:50 (8:10-8:50 AM PHT)
  • NAV — 6:20-7:05 (9:20-10:05 AM PHT)
  • Anyma — 7:45-8:45 (10:45-11:45 AM PHT)
  • DJ Snake — 9:15-10:15 (12:15-1:15 PM PHT)
  • John Summit — 10:55 (1:55 PM PHT)

Mojave Stage

  • Taking Back Sunday — 4:10-4:55 (7:10-7:55 AM PHT)
  • 88RISING FUTURES — 5:20-6:25 (8:20-9:20 AM PHT)
  • Victoria Monét — 6:55-7:40 (9:55-10:40 AM PHT)
  • Tems — 8:10-8:50 (11:10-11:50 AM PHT)
  • Lil Yachty — 9:25-10:10 (12:25-1:10 PM PHT)
  • BICEP — 10:40 (1:40 PM PHT)

Gobi Stage

  • Jockstrap — 4:40-5:20 (7:40-8:20 AM PHT)
  • Olivia Dean — 5:50-6:30 (8:50-9:30 AM PHT)
  • Two Shell — 7:00-7:50 (10:00-10:50 AM PHT)
  • Barry Can’t Swim — 8:20-9:10 (11:20 AM-12:10 PM PHT)
  • Atarashii Gakko! — 9:40 (12:40 PM PHT)

Sonora Stage

  • Hermanos Gutiérrez — 4:50-5:40 (7:50-8:40 AM PHT)
  • Eddie Zuko — 6:05-6:45 (9:05-9:45 AM PHT)
  • LATIN MAFIA — 7:05-7:50 (10:05-10:50 AM PHT)
  • Mandy, Indiana — 8:15-8:55 (11:15-11:55 AM PHT)
  • Boy Harsher — 9:20 (12:20 PM PHT)

Who should I watch at Coachella 2024?

The Coachella 2024 lineup is full of the biggest names in the global music industry.

Across three days for two weekends, there are so many acts to watch. On April 13, you can watch the likes of Sabrina Carpenter, Chappell Roan, Faye Webster, Deftones, Lil Uzi Vert, ATEEZ, Lana del Rey, and more. While April 14, the likes of Vampire Weekend, The Last Dinner Party, Ice Spice, No Doubt, Le Sserafim, and Tyler the Creator will be gracing Coachella’s stages. Finally, on April 15, you can watch Doja Cat, Jhené Aiko, Atarashii Gakko!, The Rose, Khruangbin, and more.

Here are some of our top performances to catch for each day.

Friday, 12 April (Saturday, 13 April in PHT)

Lana Del Rey

The main headliner on the first day of Coachella weekend is none other than the queen herself, Lana del Rey. Best known for her songs “Summertime Sadness,” “Say Yes To Heaven,” “Young and Beautiful,” the singer-songwriter dropped her recent album Did you know that there’s a tunnel below Ocean Blvd in March of last year. She is set to release her first country-themed album Lasso in September.

Deftones

Alternative metal band Deftones will be joining Coachella this year, their first-ever appearance at the festival since the band’s formation in 1988. The band have won multiple GRAMMYs over the course of their career, and are best known for their tracks “Change (In The House of Flies),” “My Own Summer (Shove It),” and “Be Quiet and Drive (Far Away).”

ATEEZ

K-Pop boy group ATEEZ are one of the most promising K-Pop acts today. They debuted in 2018 with TREASURE EP. 1: All to Zero and have consistently made hits since then. They released their latest EP NOT OKAY in February of this year, which features the song “Day” and the title track. The EP also includes instrumental versions of both tracks.

Yoasobi

Japanese duo Yoasobi are international stars in their own right. They have regularly landed top spots on the Billboard Japan charts, even going as far to being the first Japanese act to top the Billboard Global Excl. US chart in 2023 with “Idol.” They recently released a single titled “Adventure” in February of this year.

Kato Shumpe

Saturday, 13 April (Sunday, 14 April in PHT)

No Doubt

If there’s any act to watch during Coachella, it’s definitely the much-awaited reunion of iconic ’90s band No Doubt. The Gwen Stefani-fronted act gained resurgence online when their song “Just A Girl” went viral on TikTok. In an interview with Nylon, Stefani revealed that before Coachella, the band had already talked about a possible reunion. However, there are no concrete plans of touring again or releasing new music. Either way, No Doubt’s set is definitely one to bookmark.

Tyler the Creator

It’s been a little over a year since Tyler the Creator dropped the deluxe version of his 2021 album, CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST. Now, he makes his return to the Coachella stage as one of the major headliners. The rapper is known for his in-your-face type of music and out-of-this-world visuals, so if you’re in for a sonic and visual treat, definitely watch his performance.

Le Sserafim

Leading K-Pop girl group Le Sserafim are set to perform on Coachella’s second day. This is probably the best time for the girl group to take an international stage, especially after a slew of viral hits in “Smart,” “Easy,” and more.

Sunday, 14 April (Monday, 15 April in PHT)

Doja Cat

Hitmaker Doja Cat is set to command the Coachella Stage just a week after the release of her latest record, Scarlet 2 CLAUDE. The record is a follow up to her 2023 record Scarlet, which is chock-full of some of the most viral songs of last year like “Paint The Town Red,” “Agora Hills,” and the like.

Jhené Aiko

R&B songstress Jhené Aiko is taking her soulful voice to Coachella. Best known for her songs “Sativa,” “Stay Ready (What A Life),” “Bed Peace,” “The Worst,” and more, her enchanting presence is set to elevate audiences to a higher level.

Atarashii Gakko!

Japanese four-piece Atarashii Gakko has been an international crowd favorite — and for good reason. From impeccably synchronized choreography, high energy songs, and their signature mesmerizing visuals, if they aren’t one of your favorite acts yet, they definitely will be.

The Rose

Korean band The Rose are taking their alt-pop sound to Indio, California. Some of their most popular hits include “Back To Me,” “sorry,” “She’s In The Rain,” and “RED.” Their Coachella appearance comes hot on the heels of their Dawn To Dusk Asia/Europe tour, which just wrapped up last April 5 in Spain. If you missed watching The Rose on tour, catch them at Coachella.

88RISING FUTURES

88RISING FUTURES is set to be a showcase of all-Asian talent at Coachella. The showcase will include performances by Japanese rapper Awich Korean acts Tiger JK and Yoonmirae, Chinese artist Xin Liu, and more. While these acts are already giants in Asia, Coachella 2024 marks their introduction on a global stage under 88rising.


Check out the streams for each of the Coachella stages below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dYTuZMRFhFY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F6A3iDbujrI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7oLK1VcvROg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UsXtPO4tUYE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=13QtsdFLVG4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJKAKq574tk