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Here’s What You Need to Know About Stagecoach Music Festival 2019

The largest country music festival on the west coast starts today folks! If you haven’t gotten your tickets yet, there is still time but all of us at Cowboy Lifestyle Network want to make sure that you have a great time, so we made this handy checklist so you don’t run into any surprises! Here is what you need to know about Stagecoach Music Festival 2019.

First off, if you are hoping to get regular General Admission tickets, you may need to think again! The only General Admission tickets that are still available are the ones that come with a shuttle pass. Be ready to fork out $429 for your ticket plus a shuttle ride. Don’t worry though, your kids that are ten and under are free!

Have you checked the weather? Be prepared for hundred-degree weather at least for today and tomorrow. Sunday it will drop down to a whopping 98 degrees. It shouldn’t come as a surprise when we recommend to pack lots of sun screen but make sure everything you pack is in a bag smaller than 18″ tall, 13″ wide and 8″ thick packed. This is Stagecoach’s bag policy if you want more information, head on over to their website.

What about everything new at Stagecoach this year? The festival is excited to announce that they will now be accepting credit cards thanks to American Express. That is one of the biggest changes this year, but all of the festival’s general information can be found here on their website. In other exciting news, the set times have been released so if you are wanting to get a good spot at the stage, plan accordingly!

One last thing you should know before heading to Stagecoach Music Festival this year…have an absolute blast! This music festival is the Coachella of country music and lives up to the hype. Enjoy every moment of it and Cowboy Lifestyle Network will look forward to reporting on it next year!

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