How To Watch Lana Del Rey, No Doubt & More At Coachella 2024

13 April 2024 | 9:51 am | Mary Varvaris

Lana Del Rey will perform on the Coachella Stage today at 4:20 pm AEST. Tomorrow, you can catch No Doubt from 2:25 pm AEST.

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The first weekend of Coachella is kicking off today (12-14 April), with highly anticipated sets and parties sure to take over your social media feeds before you know it. So, how can you get involved with the fun while living on the other side of the globe?

This year’s edition of Coachella is headlined by Lana Del Rey, Tyler, The Creator and Doja Cat, with No Doubt on board as a special guest headliner. Further down the line-up, the California festival has locked in Blur, J Balvin, Vampire Weekend, Deftones, Taking Back Sunday, Lil Uzi Vert, Justice, Peggy Gou, Ice Spice, Bleachers, Khruangbin, Lil Yachty, Bebe Rexha, RAYE, Sabrina Carpenter and many more, plus Aussie stars Dom Dolla and Flight Facilities.

Coachella is once again taking place over two weekends – 12-14 April and 19-21 April—at its home ground, the Empire Polo Grounds in Indio, California. 2024 marks the 23rd edition of the festival.

From 4 pm PDT (9 am AEST) until 1 am PDT (6 pm AEST) from today to Monday (and again next weekend), fans can watch the action from six main stages livestreamed on the Coachella YouTube channel.

Once the sets wrap up around 1 am, viewers can rewatch a repeat of the day’s set. That is, until the next day’s sets begin, in which the next live stream starts, and only highlights from the previous day will be available to watch.

Lana Del Rey will perform today at 4:20 pm AEST on the Coachella Stage. Tomorrow, you can catch No Doubt from 2:25 pm until 3:40 pm before Tyler, The Creator will perform at 4:40 pm. Doja Cat will headline on Monday for Australian viewers at 3:25 pm AEST.

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Stay tuned for New Zealand’s The Beths, starting any minute on the Sonora Stage.

You can find the official Coachella Weekend One timetable and YouTube livestream links below, and to save you the trouble of finding out what time your favourite acts will perform, use this handy Time Converter tool.

Last year’s Coachella festival was marred by issues, with headliner Frank Ocean pulling out of performing during the second weekend due to a leg injury. He was eventually replaced by blink-182.

Blink-182’s appearance at Coachella last year was the first time the classic lineup of Mark Hoppus, Travis Barker and Tom DeLonge performed together in nine years.

Blink-182’s Coachella weekend one set was packed with crass NSFW banter, Mark Hoppus looking happier than ever, and a trip down nostalgia lane.

Meanwhile, Skrillex, Four Tet and Fred again.. wound up performing a surprise set and closed last year’s festival following blink-182’s set.