After an adorable delay (well, two, because twins), Beyoncé will finally take to the Coachella stage this weekend. On Tuesday, festival organisers released the official set times for Beyoncé and other performers, which gives those not desert bound enough time to plan viewing parties at home.
As you can see, Beyoncé is the headliner on Saturday with a set slated for 11:05 p.m. US Pacific, which means you might want to take a nap and set an alarm beforehand — unless of course you are also a HAIM fan and need to watch their 9:15 p.m. set.
Other set times to consider: The Weeknd, who will headline the main Coachella stage on Friday (11:25 p.m.) after SZA (9:55 p.m.), Perfume Genius (9:35 p.m.), St Vincent (8:55 p.m.), and Jack Antonoff's band Bleachers (7:20 p.m.). Before Beyoncé on Saturday, try to check out her label's rising artists Chloe x Halle (1:50 p.m.). While Cardi B's Sunday set (6 p.m.) isn't included in the official list of live streaming artists, you can catch Offset and Migos when they perform on the Sahara stage (9:30 p.m.) and hope for the best — ie. a guest appearance by Cardi.
So far, 82 artists have confirmed that their sets will be live streamed, but YouTube says the list is "in progress," so watching Cardi B from your couch could still happen!
The beautiful thing about all these overlapping set times is that you don't have to commit to one artist, as YouTube has once again offered to broadcast four different feeds during the first weekend of Coachella, absolutely free, via desktop, mobile, and TV. Do take it all in this weekend though, as Coachella's second weekend will not be available for streaming.