ABC/Randy HolmesDonald Glover and Rihanna‘s highly-anticipated film Guava Island is set to premiere via YouTube, as part of its annual Coachella livestream, the media giant revealed on Monday.
Although an actual release date has yet to be confirmed, YouTube announced that the film will be making its debut during the first weekend of the festival, which runs from April 12-14.
However, last week, ads for Guava Island appeared on Spotify and teased the date of April 13 — the night after Glover headlines the festival under his music moniker, Childish Gambino.
Fans tuning in to YouTube for Coachella 2019 will have their choice of three livestream feeds with different artists performing simultaneously. Programming is set to begin at 4pm PT on April 12 and will run through the weekend.
Highlights from the weekend will be available through a video-on-demand hub, with co-hosts Nadeska Alexis, Valerie Lee, and special guests to bring fans interviews with artists and creators through the duration of the festival.
This year’s Coachella will also feature a weekend-two livestream for the first time, with confirmed artists being announced at a later date.
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