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Sofar Shows to Watch While You're Missing Coachella

Sofar Shows to Watch While You're Missing Coachella
Video Round-upApril 15, 2021

Coachella usually marks the beginning of a long, musical, and magical festival season. While artists are staying home this year to keep everyone safe, we compiled a video roundup of Sofar shows from previous headliners to fill that center-stage-sized hole in your heart.

Billie Eilish

Billie Eilish has blown up since she played a Sofar show back in 2016, building a huge following on social media and collecting more than a billion streams on Spotify alone. She's rocked the Coachella stage before, nad has us swooning over the next possible festival season.


This Aussie electro pop and Coachella alum performed at Sofar London, showcasing their incredible vocal range on a stripped-down version of their biggest hit, “Astonaut (Something About Your Love).”

Mon Laferte

Mon Laferte is not only a talented singer-songwriter, but she’s one of the most accomplished artists out of Chile today – she’s the most listened to Chilean artist on Spotify! We were lucky to have her join us at Sofar Mexico City five years ago for “Amor Completo” and other tunes.

Las Robertas

Costa Rica group Las Robertas brought their shoegazey psychedelia to their local Sofar in San José. They’ve since toured around the world, including hitting the stage at Coachella in 2019.


Parcels specializes in a nostalgia-tinged groovy chill pop that will quickly win anyone over. In 2016, they performed “Herefore” at Sofar London, quickly becoming a crowd favorite in indie.


Pioneers in the genre now being called Bedroom Pop, the duo known as Sales played Sofars in Los Angeles and Philadelphia six years ago, bringing us a dose of sunshine with their performance of “Renee” off their first EP.

Steady Holiday

Singer-songwriter Dre Babinski (Steady Holiday) joined us at Sofar LA in 2016. Since then, she’s been making waves with her melancholic indie music.