If you are unable to make it to California for the 2017 Coachella Music Festival, no worries. YouTube is bringing the festival directly to you.
The video-sharing website has revealed that for the seventh consecutive year, they will be streaming the show’s first weekend. From April 14 to 16, Coachella’s official YouTube channel is giving those at home the opportunity to watch their favorite artists take the stage at no cost.
Fans will have the option of choosing from three different channels, creating a personalized viewing schedule, as well as using a 360-degree mode for select artists to view the performances at any given angle.
YouTube will also be providing a look inside YUMA, the famous underground dance-music tent. Users may sign up for browser alerts to notify them when their must-see-acts take the stage.
This year’s Coachella lineup includes Lady Gaga, Kendrick Lamar, Radiohead, Lorde, Bon Iver, the xx, Future, ScHoolboy Q, Two Door Cinema Club, New Order, and Gucci Mane, among other artists.
Additional details regarding the live-streaming have yet to be announced.