What time is Lady Gaga's Coachella set?

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Lady Gaga is ready to take over the Coachella festival Saturday, as well as April 22. The pop star's set times for both dates are 11:20 p.m. Pacific.

The singer has been pretty quiet about her performance details. On Monday, she revealed nothing but sunshine and peace signs, as she teased her fans about the festival in the Instagram photo below. The caption simply reads, "Coachella." 


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After Beyoncé pulled out of the festival following her pregnancy news, Gaga stepped in to headline the spot. She will be the first woman to headline the festival since Björk 10 years ago. 

How to watch Lady Gaga's Coachella performance online

Lady Gaga's Coachella 2017 performance will be livestreamed on YouTube Saturday night. According to the schedule listed on YouTube, Lady Gaga will go live at 11:20 p.m. Pacific (2:20 a.m. Eastern, making it early Sunday for those on the East Coast). Check out the livestream and how to watch other artists perform online here.

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Natelege covers music and culture for Mic.com. In the past, she has contributed news, culture and identity pieces for BET, VH1, XXL, Huffington Post and VIBE.com.

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