Beyoncé is headed for Coachella this week after breaking her festival performance last year while she was pregnant. The 2018 event will definitely be fun for the fans – but those at home can still enjoy the show as well. You will be able to stream Beyoncés Coachella performance via YouTube streamed on YouTube, so even if you're not in California you can watch the Queen Beys show.
Father confirmed Monday that Beyoncé's performance will be included in the Live Stream video on Coachella's YouTube channel. Beyoncé is not the only artist whose performance is live streamed either. The YouTube feed will also contain Coachella sets from Migos, The Weeknd, Haim, St. Vincent, Tyler, the Creator, Post Malone and other artists, according to the report.
To see the list of all 88 artists whose performances will be live streamed on YouTube, Coachella's Channel has all the details. You can also check what time your favorite artists will perform on the official Coachella line below to make sure you do not miss any big moments that will stream right away. Of course, it's not the same as attending the music festival. But if you can not come to Coachella in person, the live stream is definitely a good option to catch your favorite artists.
Plus, thanks to the Coachella series, fans can plan to join YouTube channel to watch the shows from Beyoncé and the other artists. According to the schedule Coachella shared on Twitter this week, the Beyoncés Coachella set starts at kl. 1
And if you look at Coachella's live stream you can even see more of Beyoncé, she has a tour scheduled after the festival is over. She and JAY-Z are playing the On On Run II tour, a world tour that will be from June to October. There are likely to be no live streaming options for that tour, but it's safe to be a memorable one. The upcoming tournament marks the first time Beyoncé and JAY-Z have been touring together since the first On the Run Tour 2014.
In addition, although is lucky enough to be an On the Run II ticket The proprietor, Beyoncés Coachella performance does not sound like a loser. Beyonce's leading choreographer, JaQuel Knight, told Entertainment Tonight that her Coachella set will be "amazing beyond iconic life." So the fact that fans all over the world can share in the "iconic" performance through YouTube sounds quite spectacular. ET also notes that Beyoncé and her dancers have repeated for as many as 11 hours a day leading up to Coachella, so there is a party of efforts that have been made headline as epic as possible. (The release also speculates that Beyoncé could be united by a special guest on stage, like the other members of Destiny's Child or JAY-Z himself – and while it's just speculation for now, you never know.)  If you have the opportunity to go to Coachella personally, watching a live stream can probably not be compared to the experience of going to the festival of IRL. But for people who can not make it to California this weekend, it's nice to know that there is still a way to witness Queen Bey's achievement in all his glory.