The main act by Frank Ocean will not be shown live on YouTube. The start time of 10:05 pm PDT has been removed from Coachella’s YouTube broadcast schedule, but the set itself will still go on as planned.
The video-sharing platform also confirmed the news on Twitter, writing: “Frank Ocean is not scheduled to appear on the Coachella live stream.”
Frank Ocean has not performed as a headliner in six years, so this show is very significant. In 2017, he had his final Flow Festival performance in Finland.
Many viewers at home who have been following the festival are disappointed. The possibility that Ocean “might drop a new album on stage” is another popular theory among fans for why the live stream was cut short.
“Are you f***ing kidding me?” one fan wrote. “I’ve been waiting to watch this live stream ever since Frank Ocean was announced as headliner.”
Another person added: “Wow YouTube, you’re not gonna lives stream the most anticipated artist of the two weekend-long music festival…”
One person wrote: “I literally did my work since seven in the morning to make time for you Frank Ocean pleaseeeee.”
me omw to coachella bc there’s no way i’m missing frank oceans set pic.twitter.com/00mIiImJ0M
— bryanna🍒🤍 (@bryannavaquero3) April 17, 2023
One of Frank Ocean’s fans remarked, “What if Frank Ocean performs an entirely new album that drops tonight and all of our lives just drastically improve and the world heals.”
Someone else chimed in, “Hoping the only reason #FrankOcean isn’t having his set live-streamed is that he’s having a new album private listening party for the #Coachella crowd only.”
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A fan tweeted, “After canceling this live stream, Frank Ocean, you owe us a new album.”
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