Tonight’s the night!
DREAMCAR is set to hit the Gobi stage at 7:15PM PST for their big-stage debut at Coachella in scenic Indio, California. The band chatted with Billboard Live before hitting the stage and shared that their current club tour has been in preparation for tonight’s performance and they are extremely excited to perform.
In case you missed it, DREAMCAR stopped by a few radio station booths yesterday for interviews and stripped-down versions of “Kill For Candy”, “Born to Lie” and “All of the Dead Girls”.
DREAMCAR put on a heck of a show and we’re incredibly proud of the band! They performed their upcoming album in full in an identical set to their current one (excluding the covers and “Don’t Let Me Love”) closing with “Kill For Candy”. Coachella is pretty tight on fans sharing footage from the show so we’re hoping videos surface from the performance for fans to check-out that were not able to tune in.
Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival
4/15/2017 — Indio, California — Empire Polo Club
After I Confessed / The Assailant / Born to Lie / Slip on the Moon / The Preferred / On the Charts / Do Nothing / Ever Lonely / All of the Dead Girls / Show Me Mercy / Kill For Candy
— billboard (@billboard) April 16, 2017
Backstage interview with Billboard Live
“Born To Lie”
“On the Charts”
“All of the Dead Girls”
“Kill For Candy”
Check out photos from DREAMCAR’s performance as well as additional ones in our gallery.
Yes! DREAMCAR has been chosen to have their full live set from Coachella streamed on YouTube kicking off at 7:15PM PST this Saturday, April 15. The band will be hitting the Gobi stage for a 45 minute set and fans will be able to tune in to channel 2 to see DREAMCAR perform via YouTube.com/Coachella. They are also scheduled to perform the following Saturday on the Gobi stage again at 7:15PM PST.
We’re excited to see the band make their big-stage debut and we couldn’t think of a better venue to play for now thousands of fans around the world.
See you in the desert this Saturday! pic.twitter.com/L7qPkc6uZi
— DREAMCAR (@dreamcarmusic) April 12, 2017