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Coachella Live Stream – Dr Dre, Snoop Dogg + Nate Dogg

Written by John Ritchie on April 16, 2012

Today is the final day of Coachella, and YouTube have announced they will be streaming Dr Dre and Snoop Dogg’s set live at 3:45pm today (Sydney Time). According to reports, there will also be a guest appearance from Nate Dogg, who will perform on stage from ‘beyond the grave’ as a hologram.

Update: Tupac Performs As A Hologram
Watch The footage

Nate Dogg died in March last year. However, Dr Dre plans on using 3D Hologram technology to bring Nate Dogg back to life at Coachella.

TMZ suggest Nate Dogg will perform a number of songs.

Watch: Dr Dre, Snoop Dogg + Nate Dogg Live from Coachella 3:45pm (EST)

View the full Coachella 2012 live stream timetable here.

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