Coachella 2015 Lineup & Set Times: Watch Live Stream of Music Festival Online
Coachella 2015, which will be held in The Indio Valley, California, will be headlined by AC/DC. The band will be joined by Porter Robinson, Alesso, Squarepusher, and Flying Lotus.
The festival, which comes after the recently held SXSW and the Ultra Music Festival, will start at 11:15 a.m. PDT, with Moustache serenading the Gobi Tent crowd and Alchemy playing at the Outdoor Theater.
By 2 p.m., Cloud Nothings, which play relatively noisy rock music, will be performing at the Gobi Tent, while Action Bronson will be performing on the main Coachella stage. George Ezra, meanwhile, will be onstage at the Mojave stage.
Around 4:15 p.m., Kimbra will be in the Gobi Tent and Angus & Julie Stone will be performing at the Outdoor Theater. Their segment schedules overlap by 10 minutes, which give music lovers a chance to experience their diverse music.
The music festival’s full broadcast schedule and concert times can be seen on Coachella Live.
Sadly, getting tickets to the much awaited music festival required a lot of skill and luck especially since they sold out pretty quickly.
Thankfully, for those who cannot make it to the desert on time, they can simply watch Coachella 2015 via live stream on YouTube. In addition to the internationally famous online music service, SiriusXM will also broadcast the Coachella 2015 performances on BPM, Electric Area, The Spectrum SiriusXMU, and Alt Nation channels, according to The International Business Times.
The YouTube Coachella 2015 live stream will start at 3:30 p.m. PDT. Tame Impala, Alabama Shakes, Reverend Horton Heat, George Ezra, and Interpol can be watched on Channel 1. Lykke Li, Kimbra, Sylvan Esso, and Todd Terje and the Olsens can be watched on Channel 2. Channel 3 features Porter Robinson, Cloud Nothings, and Alesso.
Coachella fans can also tune in on the Sirius XM app, as well as log in on the Sirius XM blog page. The performances of the Alabama Shakes, Interpol, Sylvan Esso, Ezra, Tame Impala, Cloud Nothings, and Ride will be featured.
According to the results of a study that Eventbrite conducted last year, one in 10 Americans had attended and participated in a music festival within 2014. This includes one in every five millennials aged 17 to 34 years old. These Boho-style music lovers offer huge profits for these music festivals. In 2012, Coachella was able to gross over $47 million.
That said, the festival runners will make sure that everything will be addressed. “Anything you can think of – from using the restrooms to buying beer to cooling down to seeing the music or enjoying a VIP area – our production team is responsible for every little bit of that,” Patrick Dentler, marketing director of C3 told Mashable, as pointed out by C3 Presents.