You may not be physically present in Indio, California, but you will certainly be part of the Coachella 2016 Music and Arts Festival is all set to kick off on Friday (April 15). Starting April 15, there will be three live YouTube streams from the festival.
According to Telegraph, the standard ticket for the first weekend of Coachella costs $455 and the second is worth $371 (£259). If you want to put up your own tent in the desert, you also have to add another $80 (£54) and then the shower will cost you $10 (£6.80).
A VIP ticket will cost $899 (£606), and that’s without various hotel offers which cost up to $1400 (£955) per person, Telegraph added.
If this is expensive for you, you can catch the performances from the comfort of your home or anywhere else via the official Coachella YouTube channel. According to Android Central, the channel will feature content from April 15 to April 17. You may also enjoy a mobile-optimized experience at CoachellaLive.com.
For the 17th year of the Coachella Music and Arts Festival, it will showcase several emerging artists aside from huge names in the music industry.
Masha will open the fest at 11:00 AM on Friday, while LCD Soundsystem will perform on the main stage after Jack U shoots all the lasers over on the Outdoor theatre, Examiner reported.
Guns N’ Roses will close out the Coachella Stage around 10:30 on Saturday (April 16) while Harris will finish things off on Sunday (April 17).
According to Billboard, each day’s festivities will take place across six stages: Coachella, Outdoor Theatre, Gobi, Mojave, Sahara and Yuma. Doors open at 11am. Meanwhile, the schedule for Coachella’s second weekend (April 22-24) is still forthcoming.