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Coachella 2023: A Guide on Watching Bad Bunny, Blink-182, and Blackpink Perform


Those who couldn’t make it to the Coachella Valley last weekend for the annual music and arts festival or simply want to witness the star-studded lineup again can still do so.

The festival said yes live stream performances of all his stages at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California, April 21-23.

Coachella’s second weekend headliners are Bad Bunny, Blackpink and Blink-182 after Frank Ocean, who closed out the first weekend, canceled his second appearance due to a leg injury. According to a updated schedule that Coachella tweeted, Blink-182 will take the stage at 9:20 PM PT on Sunday, with a 10:25 PM PT time slot reading TBA. But The Hollywood Reporter previously reported that a combined DJ set featuring Skrillex, Fred Again and Four Tet would close out the stage.

As for other performances, Bad Bunny kicks off at 11pm PT on Friday, following Gorillaz at 8:30pm PT. For Saturday, Blackpink is expected to take the stage at 9:20 PM PT, following Rosalía at 6:55 PM PT. Find more artists scHedules here.

Other artists this year include Björk, Calvin Harris, Gorillaz, Björk, Rosalía, Burna Boy, Kali Uchis, Pusha T, Latto, Kaytranada, Becky G, Charli XCX, Labrinth, A Boogie, Willow, the Kid Laroi, GloRilla and more.

The second weekend of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival comes after Ocean wrapped up the first weekend with a highly anticipated performance that fans said was bizarre and unusual. The singer’s set was delayed by an hour and cut short, sparking anger and confusion among those in attendance.

Days after his performance, a representative for the singer said in a statement that “Frank Ocean was unable to perform the scheduled show following an injury to his leg on the festival grounds in the week leading up to Weekend 1, but still intends to was to perform., and in 72 hours the show was forced to be reworked.The rep added that Ocean would not perform on doctor’s orders during the second weekend.

The Grammy-winning star also shared in a statement: “It was chaotic. There is something beautiful in chaos. It wasn’t what I intended to show, but I enjoyed being there and I’ll see you soon.”

Look the Coachella 2023 live stream for weekend two, featuring performances on the main stage and all other stages, on YouTube from the festival here.

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