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To celebrate its 20th anniversary, YouTube Originals will be premiering a brand new Coachella Music + Arts Festival documentary. Coachella: 20 Years In The Desert aims to chronicle the past two decades of live music performances that have taken place in the desert of Indio, California at Empire Polo Club. This music history-packed documentary will feature iconic performances from a host of impressive Coachella alumni, including Kanye West, Daft Punk, Beck, Pixies, LCD Soundsystem, Radiohead, and Rage Against The Machine (who also happen to be headlining this year’s edition of the fest).

Exclusive, never-before-seen interviews and live footage from the past 20 years’ worth of Coachella festivals will also be included in the documentary. Directed and produced by renowned music filmmaker and documentarian Chris Perkel, Coachella: 20 Years In The Desert promises its audience a behind-the-scenes look into one of the biggest music festivals in the world today.

Along with its trailer, the documentary’s official summary promises to “open up the vault for the very first time to present the performances and behind-the-scenes stories that shaped the music festival.”

Coachella: 20 Years In The Desert premieres on March 31 via YouTube Originals. Check out where to stream the documentary, and how to get tickets to the festival below.

Coachella: 20 Years In The Desert Trailer

Coachella: 20 Years In The Desert Live Stream

Coachella: 20 Years In The Desert will premiere via YouTube Originals. A live stream will be available here as its premiere date approaches.

Coachella 2020 Tickets

Weekend 1 tickets to Coachella are already sold out on the primary market, though folks can still register for Weekend 2 presale at the official festival website. Miss out on buying passes completely? Check out our ticket-buying guide to find out all the different methods of acquiring tickets. You can also head here to start shopping on SeatGeek.

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