Watch Coachella 2014 Livestream Here All Weekend

Coachella seems like an especially dangerous place for your personal brand this year — how can you possibly stay relevant when everyone around you is either getting paid to be there, crash dieting, or just being a boring, basic bitch? Thankfully, Coachella will be livestreaming all of the action so that you don’t have to get out of bed and wash the Doritos dust off your fingers. You’ll probably even get a better view than if you were actually there and you can skip around feeds so you don’t have to make the difficult choice of which artist to see. This year boasts an impressive lineup, including Outkast’s first stop in a massive festival reunion tour, Arcade Fire, Beck, Pharrell, Lorde, the Knife, and last minute additions Julian Casablancas and Pixies. You can see the schedule of events (all times PST) and watch the broadcasts below. We’ll be covering the festival all weekend so be sure to say hi in the comments and talk about who you’re watching or share your experiences if you’re there.

Friday, April 11th

03:30 – Flatbush Zombies
03:30 – ZZ Ward
03:30 – Jagwar Ma
04:15 – Grouplove
04:20 – Wye Oak
05:15 – MS MR
05:15 – Dum Dum Girls
05:20 – AFI
06:00 – Bastille
06:05 – ASAP Ferg
06:10 – GOAT
07:00 – The Afghan Whigs
07:00 – HAIM
07:00 – Kate Nash
07:50 – Neko Case
08:15 – Woodkid
08:30 – Bonobo
08:40 – Ellie Goulding
09:05 – Chromeo
09:30 – Broken Bells
09:30 – Carnage
09:55 – Bryan Ferry
10:25 – The Glitch Mob
10:30 – Girl Talk
11:00 – The Cult
11:20 – Martin Garrix
11:30 – OutKast
12:00 – Anti-Flag
12:20 – Zedd

Saturday, April 12th

03:30 – White Lies
03:30 – Bear Hands
03:30 – Foxygen
04:10 – CHVRCHES
04:15 – Temples
04:30 – Ty Segall
05:20 – The Head and the Heart
05:30 – Bombay Bicycle Club
06:10 – City and Colour
06:10 – Cage the Elephant
06:30 – Washed Out
07:00 – Capital Cities
07:05 – Future Islands
07:55 – Lorde
08:00 – Warpaint
08:45 – Foster the People
09:00 – Pixies
09:40 – Queens of the Stone Age
09:50 – MGMT
09:55 – Dillon Francis
10:35 – Pharrell Williams
10:45 – Sleigh Bells
10:55 – Fatboy Slim
11:35 – Skrillex
11:35 – Pet Shop Boys
11:55 – Empire of the Sun

Sunday, April 13th

03:30 – Preservation Hall Jazz Band
03:30 – J. Roddy Walston & The Business
03:30 – Surfer Blood
04:15 – Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue
04:30 – Frank Turner
05:10 – Fishbone
05:30 – Superchunk
06:00 – Blood Orange
06:00 – Flosstradamus
06:30 – The 1975
06:50 – The Naked and Famous
06:50 – Darkside
07:15 – Little Dragon
07:45 – Muse
07:50 – Alesso
08:25 – Calvin Harris
08:30 – Daughter
09:00 – Big Gigantic
09:25 – Beck
09:55 – Adventure Club
10:10 – Nas
10:20 – Arcade Fire
10:45 – Duck Sauce
11:10 – Disclosure

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Comments (11)
  1. does anyone know if the stream will be available to watch later? Being on the east coast, I’d rather not stay up til 4AM to see outkast tonight

  2. Crowd during HAIM:

    That’s gotta be distracting.

  3. Holy shit. That Bryan Ferry would have been worth the price of admission alone. Breathtaking.

  4. They really can’t let fucking Outkast do one more song? Is it illegal? I don’t understand. Such a shame…

    • Pretty sure it’s a money thing — I think OutKast would have to pay out of pocket for any overtime. The shitty crowd didn’t really deserve it anyway. There’ll be ~39 other chances.

      • That really was a terrible crowd, kinda living up to the stereotype that the type of people who are going to Coachella these days don’t really give a shit about the music.

  5. The sound is so horrible on all of these. I mean, I guess I can’t complain since its being streamed into my living room for free and all but there is NO BASS. Like, almost literally none. What’s the point of this if you can only hear half of what the audience at the show hears?

  6. If MGMT kissed more illuminati ass, maybe they would be on the damned live stream.
    http://www.Facebook.com/WhoIsAndrewVanWyngarden

  7. Coachella sucks. there. I said it.

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