Coachella: 20 Years in the Desert | YouTube Originals

Coachella: 20 Years in the Desert | YouTube Originals

A documentary feature two decades in the making, “Coachella: 20 Years in the Desert” opens up the vault for the very first time to present the legendary performances and behind-the-scenes stories that shaped the seminal music festival.

The film provides a rare look at Coachella’s colorful beginning, presents exclusive, never-before-seen footage, interviews, and key performances from some of the biggest names in music.

Produced and directed by Chris Perkel

Executive Produced by Raymond Leon Roker and Paul Tollett

A Goldenvoice Production in association with Hamsterdam Productions.

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78 Responses

  1. creggry says:

    Blackpink fans really be telling everyone the time that they appear as if it hasn’t already been said 1000 times

  2. Rana Shabaka says:

    What about Ariana? I’m a Billie Eilish Stan, but I’m still so upset Ariana wasn’t even mentioned :(. Also ALL of the comments are about Black Pink…..? No hate at all, but this is not all about Black Pink tbh.

  3. PH BLINKS UPDATE says:

    :Beyonce, Billie, Khalid, Ariana, EtC……… FaNs Were The Besttt of All timmeeee
    :
    :
    BLaCkPInkBilinks! Hi how R u
    THE POWER OF BLINKSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS

  4. Metalpie says:

    I grew up in the Coachella Valley, and went to Coachella’s from middle to high school, and this documentary makes me so proud of my home.

  5. C Marie Parrish says:

    The fact that everyone in here is just talking about Blackpink, tells me too many people don’t truly understand why Coachella started and what the purpose of it was. It was about different musical genres and the impact it had. This documentary was superb and I actually learned a few things from the early days.

    • T M says:

      Yeah those fans are great in number and very VOCAL and tend to spam

    • Blxssom says:

      The fact that you feel this way tells me you truly don’t understand why coachella started and what the purpose of it was. It was to celebrate music from ALL walks of life not just the “norm” performing at Coachella is a big deal but blackpink literally do not even sing in English yet they played there that makes it 10x more of an accomplishment. They made history there and we are allowed to be happy and celebrate them so stfu and let people be happy

    • Naveen Chowdary says:

      @Blxssom lil correction…Blackpink does sing and rap in english/korean/japanese which makes them unique and a proper global group.

    • Reece Schrock says:

      Well said good sir.

    • Punpun Losi says:

      I also listen to any genre of music. I love Billie, Ed, Kendrick and other artists. But I am also a big fan of Blackpink. There is nothing wrong with blinks rooting for their fav artists tho. Anyone will do that for their fav artists.

  6. สุทธิชา ประชุมจิตร says:

    Lisa 🇹🇭🇹🇭🇹🇭🇹🇭🇹🇭🇹🇭🇹🇭

  7. Lilie Mai says:

    So, I’ve heard The Ponytail Rapper was born this time. If u know who I mean, we all it’s Lalisa Manoban right?

    • 97 Streamer says:

      Mae Mae I’m watching all haha as long as where Lisa is, il watch it and hype her. Now, is that a problem? This kind of comment will always be a cycle to those insecures who can’t accept that there r people who only have eyes for Lisa.

    • 97 Streamer says:

      Rias Grem Zenab they just can’t accept how The Ponytail Rapper was born during this time bc of the how the locals was curious bout her and named her that

    • Lilie Mai says:

      Mae Mae bruh chill out. It’s just a matter of praising her. What’s the problem really? Haha

    • Lilie Mai says:

      97 Streamer lmao. That will be called stealing then

    • Rias Grem Zenab says:

      97 Streamer I figured ☺️ I just hate these type of people always blocking other people who wants to praise Lisa only. I’ll keep praising Lisa cause she deserves it and Nobody can tell me otherwise 😌

  8. Stay Different says:

    Lisa’s attitude on stage while performing is so different when she’s just talking like omg

  9. Sam Bassile says:

    Those few secs of Madonna’s Hung Up:

    TIME GOES BY SO SLOWLY
    TIME GOES BY SO SLOWLY

    GOOSEBUMPS

  10. 97 Streamer says:

    When Lisa got the attention of the locals where the locals searched the name “Ponytail Rapper” and it surely trended just for them to know, it’s Lalisa Manoban all along.

  11. Blink Strawhat says:

    Blackpink brought me here but im not gonna lie that this is the most magnificent music documentary that i watch. Saw artists with different genre in one event and it was sooooo spectacular. And it made me hope that one day i’ll be one of those millions of people savouring that precious event. Lovelots to all artists!

    P.S. Blinks please appreciate all other artist too. Mwah mwah

  12. Lisa is REAL says:

    The stage is the ponytail rapper chic’s runway. The runway is her stage. Lalisa Manoban.

  13. Typical fangirl says:

    1:26:37 _This made them look more like _*_Pop stars,_*_ in fact it seems like they enjoyed being in _*_America than Korea._*_ They seem to have more _*_energy and freedom in America,_*_ while they’re _*_quiet and formal in Korea_*

  14. Mohosena Mou says:

    No one:

    Blackpink fans: let’s spam the comments

  15. Tashrif Shayan says:

    Prove the Power of blinks
    Like
    👇🏻

  16. jemima heronia says:

    This is the best documentary of a festival that I’ve ever watch!! They put everything that change everyone, and not being a stereotype.
    From hologram controversy of late of Tupac Shakur, to Beyonce being the first black woman headliner of Coachella, and Blackpink as the first KPOP GIRL GROUP that ever land on Coachella stage.

    Me as a person who loves music really proud, that no matter what your skin of colour, where you from, what religion you follow, what language you speka, when it comes to music WE CAME AS ONE, we speak one language and we called it as MUSIC!

    Thank you so much for all the production team or whoever you are that participated with this that made this documentary as legend as the show!!
    *HATS OFF*

  17. iphoneblack1 says:

    Jennie lisa rose jisoo we need blackpink right now. Coachella 2019 for blackpink

  18. Kato Klinck says:

    Me: “Hey, they put daft punk in, that’s cool.”

    This entire comment section: “bLaCkPiNk”

  19. marples says:

    I could die for seeing Paul McCartney

  20. blink struggles says:

    it’s embarrassing that we treat this like a comeback.

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