Here’s How to Watch Bad Bunny’s Coachella Performance From Home

Lead Photo: Photo by Eric Rojas.
Photo by Eric Rojas.
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For those unable to get tickets for Coachella this year, there’s still a chance to watch Bad Bunny’s historic performance from home. For the first time ever, Coachella will be live-streaming all six stages during both weekends of the music festival on YouTube.

Bad Bunny will be making history as the first Latine headliner at Coachella. He will perform on both Friday nights (Apr. 14 and 21). The other headliners include K-pop group BLACKPINK and the illusive Frank Ocean. With Coachella having a global lineup, the festival is making sure to reach everyone who will be watching from home through YouTube this year.

On Coachella’s YouTube channel, there will be six feeds to pick between watching the six stages. In between sets, livestream viewers can follow the on-the-ground coverage of the art, artists, installations, and behind-the-scenes YouTube Shorts moments. Weekend one will start livestreaming on Apr. 14 at 4 p.m. PST through Sunday night, Apr. 16. Weekend two will start around the same time on Friday, Apr. 21, and continue to stream through Sunday, Apr. 23. Repeats of the performances will start streaming after the final set until the festival starts up again the next day.

Those watching Benito’s performance, and all the rest, at home will also get a chance to buy merch from their favorite artists. Any exclusive Coachella merch drops will be available for purchase during the livestream and through YouTube Shorts on Coachella’s channel via YouTube Shopping. Fans subscribed to YouTube premium will get backstage access to follow their favorite artists before their sets.

Other Latine pop stars performing at Coachella include Becky G and Kali Uchis. Spanish singer Rosalía will also be performing. Eladio Carrión, Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, The Linda Lindas, Conexión Divina, DannyLux, and Mexican alternative artist BRATTY will hit the Coachella stages as well.