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Can't make it to Coachella? Here's how you can still see the action

The Weeknd is the Friday headliner at Coachella, which starts Friday in Indio. The music festival will be held over two consecutive three-day weekends at Empire Polo Club.
The Weeknd is the Friday headliner at Coachella, which starts Friday in Indio. The music festival will be held over two consecutive three-day weekends at Empire Polo Club. Associated Press file

The stages are set for the 19th version of Coachella, which starts Friday.

The music festival – which features headliners The Weeknd on Fridays, Beyonce on Saturdays and Eminem on Sundays – sold out long ago, but fans can still enjoy the action without having to travel to Southern California.

Several of the performances will be streamed live on YouTube, according to Consequence of Sound.

The Weeknd and Beyonce are slated to be streamed after 11 p.m. on their days. There's no slot listed for Eminem, but the site says all times are subject to change.

Coachella will be held over two consecutive three-day weekends at Empire Polo Club in Indio. Other acts scheduled to appear include Jamiroquai, Migos, Cardi B and Miguel.

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