Life Is Beautiful Goes Live on Twitch

Don't feel comfortable with the crowds? Switch to Twitch

By Jason R. Latham | Las Vegas, NV | Life Is Beautiful

If you’re missing the annual Life Is Beautiful Music and Arts Festival – maybe you couldn’t get a ticket or still don’t feel comfortable around crowds – you can always switch to Twitch. 

The three-day festival is streaming live on the gaming and esports service every day beginning at 3:30 p.m., shortly after the first artists take the stage. Friday’s livestream is scheduled to include performances by Ant Clemmons, Brittany Howard, Noah Cyrus, Willow Smith, and Glass Animals, among others.

Notably absent from Twitch’s Friday lineup: Grammy-winning rapper Megan Thee Stallion, who will perform at the Downtown Stage at 11 p.m.; and Dutch DJ San Holo, who will close out the evening at the Fremont Stage.

Twitch plans to stream Saturday performances by Green Day (11:20 p.m.) and Sunday’s back-to-back headliners Young Thug (9:25 p.m.) and Billie Eilish (11:15 p.m.).

Life Is Beautiful is sold out, but hopeful festival-goers can still try to get one via the official ticket exchange.

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