The popular video platform announced Wednesday that Lollapalooza 2019 will be livestreamed through the event’s official YouTube channel. From Aug. 1- 4, viewers will be able to tune in to curated performances, or one of three streams from multiple stages.
The livestreams will include YouTube-only content like backstage interviews and moments with the performers just before they go onstage. Those who subscribe to YouTube Music will be able to view the action there as well. YouTube Music also has two playlists, The Lineup and Emerging Artists, based on the event.
“YouTube’s live streams bring the festival experience into the hands and homes of millions of fans around the world,” the company said in its announcement.