Coachella 2018: How to Live-Stream Beyoncé's Performance

So you weren't able to spend hundreds of dollars to fly out to Indio, California, and catch Beyoncé perform at the 2018 Coachella Music & Arts Festival on Saturday? What a bummer.

But all hope is not lost. All members of the Beyhive, Beyoncé's legion of adoring and sometimes menacing fans, can still watch the singer's show without having to deal with the desert heat and 125,000-person crowd, because YouTube will be live-streaming her set for free.

Beyoncé's not the only headliner whose performance will be live-streamed on Coachella's YouTube channel. The Weeknd and Tyler, The Creator are among the 78 artists getting the live-stream treatment over festival weekend, which will see a total of 169 acts perform. Unfortunately, Eminem, Cardi B and SZA's shows will only be available for viewing at the festival itself.

Viewers only need to be in front of a screen—mobile, TV or laptop—to watch their favorite artists perform at their scheduled time. A complete list of set times can be viewed HERE.

See the list of all the artists being live-streamed during Coachella weekend below.

Friday
Alan Walker
Alison Wonderland
Belly
Black Coffee
Bleachers
Daniel Caesar
Deorro
Dreams
Elohim
Greta Van Fleet
Jamiroquai
Jean-Michel Jarre
Kali Uchis
Kygo
Los Ángeles Azules
LÉON
Moses Sumney
PVRIS
Perfume Genius
Rezz
Skip Marley
Slow Magic
St. Vincent
SuperDuperKyle
The Weeknd
Troyboi
Vince Staples
Whethan
The Neighborhood
The War on Drugs

Saturday
Alina Baraz
Alvvays
alt-J
Angel Olsen
Brockhampton
Benjamin Booker
Beyoncé
Blackbear
BØRNS
Chloe x Halle
Chromeo
Dej Loaf
Django Django
Ekali
First Aid Kit
Flatbush Zombies
Haim
Highly Suspect
Louis the Child
Marian Hill

Nile Rodgers & Chic
Party Favor
Post Malone
Snakehips
Tash Sultana
Tyler, the Creator
X Japan
Wizkid

Sunday
6lack
Aurora
Aminé
French Montana
Illenium
Jacob Banks
Jessie Ware
Kamaiyah
Kamasi Washington
LANY
Magic Giant
Noname
Nothing But Thieves
Odesza
Petit Biscuit
Portugal. The Man
San Holo
They.
Vance Joy

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