HARD Summer is amidst its 2018 takeover of the Auto Club Speedway, and even if fans are unable to make it to the festival itself, the action will be streamed exclusively via LiveXLive. In addition to streaming festival, there will be backstage content, interviews and more.
Weekend one of Tomorrowland is here, and for those not lucky enough to be at the festival itself, there is still a way to tune into the action. Festival organizer ID&T has set up four different livestreams from select stages — The Main stage, Musical Freedom, Anjunabeats, and The Organ of Harmony Stage, so that remote fans can still get in on the action.
The full livestream schedule has been released, and fans can stream the stage of their choosing on Tomorrowland’s streaming site. Tune in for artists ranging from Jauz and Alan Walker to Tiesto and Above & Beyond on Day 1.
As the country’s largest multi-genre music festival, the line-up is packed with high-powered electronic acts from ODESZA, Kygo, REZZ, Barclay Crenshaw, Illenium, and The Black Madonna, to name only a few. Additional top line R&B/hip-hop talent comes in the form of SZA, Tyler, The Creator, Post Malone, Migos, and Kardi B. The Goldenvoice-produced event always delivers on its promise to bring fans the biggest musical acts of the year — with artist sets that include live guest appearances, never before heard singles, and many more surprise announcements along the way.
While those lucky enough to attend the event in person will almost assuredly face some of the year’s most grueling set time conflicts, fans at home can count on Coachella’s live stream to hop from set to set in real time. The California mega-festival is set to stream a number of performances over their official YouTube page with a total of 4 channels — one more than last year. The newest fourth channel addition will include a VR 180° live stream across the main stage and the desert stage. Another new feature includes a schedule built in to the stream’s YouTube.
Below you can find the first weekend’s set times along with acts confirmed for the live stream, with all times Eastern, and don’t miss check Dancing Astronaut‘s top ten must-see acts at Coachella 2018.
Barcelona’s Sónar festival is heralded as one of the best in the world, and with due reason. Taking place over three days and divided into “by day” and “by night” activities, Sónar contains a who’s who of artists from electronic music, including Nina Kraviz, Dubfire, Modeselektor, Derrick Carter, and more.
Flume rocking Sónar in 2016.
To benefit those unable to attend the festival, Sónar has teamed up with Culturebox, France Television’s cultural online service, to live stream over 40 of the performances from throughout the weekend.
Tune into the livestream in the player embedded above the post, and check out the full streaming schedule below (Times listed are in CET):
Thursday, June 15
14.30 – 15.20 Boris Chimp 504 15.35 – 16.35 Rumore 16.15 – 17.15 Tommy Cash 16.40 – 17.30 Bawrut 17.30 – 18.10 Princess Nokia 18.10 – 18.30 Bawrut II 18.30 – 19.30 D△WN 19.30 – 21.00 Prins Thomas 21.00 – 22.00 HVOB 22.10 – 00.00 Craig Richards