Though Coachella has been streaming its concerts for nine years, this is the first time the festival is offering the live performances online during both weekends.
ABC7 Los Angeles reported that witnesses saw public showers engulfed in flames after hearing a loud boom similar to an explosion.
Firefighters were called to the Indio, Calif., music festival to respond to reports that a mobile shower unit was on fire, the Riverside County Fire Department said on Twitter. Along with that, no concertgoers suffered any injuries. The blaze completely destroyed one trailer in the process and damaged another.
According to outcome of Sound, the fire was a result of one of the mobile showers experiencing "mechanical failure of a heating unit".
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Within half an hour, the blaze was "contained", the department said.
Weekend one of Coachella is heating up... quite literally.
The festival continues on Saturday with top-billed sets from Tame Impala, Billie Eilish and many others.