Coachella social media guide

At Coachella, it's impossible to be everywhere at once. Stay on the pulse of what's happening throughout the weekend with our social media guide.

First, start following.

Before your caravan rolls up to Indio, get real-time updates by following Coachella on their social media sites.

Twitter: @coachella

Instagram: @coachella

Facebook: facebook.com/coachella

YouTube: youtube.com/coachella. The Coachella YouTube channel will be streaming live performances from the first weekend, April 10-12, in case you're stuck at home or just recovering in your hotel.

15 headliners to follow on Twitter:

AC/DC: @acdc

Interpol: @interpol

Lykke Li: @LykkeLi

Tame Impala: @tameimpala

Alt-J: @alt_J

Clean Bandit: @cleanbandit

FKA Twigs: @FKAtwigs

Hozier: @Hozier

The Weeknd: @theweeknd

Drake: @Drake

Florence + The Machine: @flo_tweet

St. Vincent: @st_vincent

Vance Joy: @vancejoy

Ryan Adams: @TheRyanAdams

David Guetta: @davidguetta

Follow the entertainment team from DiscoverSD and U-T San Diego for live updates from Coachella. We'll be tweeting our music-filled experiences - good, bad and bizarre:

DiscoverSD.com: @DiscoverSD & U-T Entertainment: @UTnightday

Then, download the apps.

There's an official Coachella App that can be downloaded on iPhone and Android devices. You can use it to keep track of the schedule, access the venue map and get more festival info.

Finally, save the cellular.

Phone loss seems to be a common trend here, too. Download Find My iPhone or Where's My Droid in advance to track lost or stolen phones.

Reception is notorious for being close to non-existent at Coachella, so create meeting spots and times for your group. Learn more in our 2015 Coachella Survival Guide.

Source: DiscoverSD

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