Published: Sun, April 15, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Laurence Reese

Coachella: Police using drones to patrol festival

Coachella: Police using drones to patrol festival

The lawsuit claims that the California festival's radius clause, which places a limit on where artists can play before and after its event, violates federal anti-trust laws. Harris and Abdulhadi reached out to Goldenvoice to ask for a waiver, but the rep refused to give them one.

As of Friday, there were 91 acts listed as planned streams on YouTube's Coachella page. Other confirmed guests include The Weeknd, Eminem, and Beyoncé. With over 100,000 fans attending each of its two weekends, Coachella is a premier festival destination attracting visitors from across the region and around the world.

More news: Gmail is getting a new look - take a peek

Nicholas F. Aldrich, the lawyer of Soul'd Out Music Festival, released a statement regarding the matter. Aldrich also seeks to completely remove the because they allegedly are an unlawful restraint on trade under California law, which creates an unfair competition to other festivals that want to host an event in any of these five states.

Following YouTube's announcement, SiriusXM has stated that it will be the exclusive radio broadcaster of live performances and interviews from Coachella for the fourth consecutive year. You will be able to immerse yourself within the event and live out the experience like you're there.

More news: HILLARY PANICS: Comey Says 'Damaging' Info About Lynch Still 'UNKNOWN' to Public

However, it has been confirmed that only the shows from April 13 to 15 will be available for streaming. This year marks the first time Beyonce will headline the desert concert, making her debut during the festival's second weekend. In number 22 is Pharrell Williams' 2014 performance of "Hollaback Girl" with Gwen Stefani.

We can't wait to see more looks from Rihanna this weekend!

More news: Burnley beat Leicester to boost European hopes

Like this: