Stagecoach Country Music Festival is the three-day biggest premier country music concert event in the nation. On Friday, April 27, through Sunday, April 29, the festival’s 12th edition will be held at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California, 23 miles from Palm Springs in the Coachella Valley. It will feature a massive lineup of the latest Nashville stars, the hottest names in country music such as Florida Georgia Line, and legends such as Garth Brooks.
The multitude of artists will sing country, bluegrass, alternative country, and folk music. Garth Brooks will be headlining the Festival and will be joined by dozens of other country, classic-rock, and Americana artists such as Florida Georgia Line.
Garth Brooks’ appearance will mark the first time that he’s performed a full set at a genre-focused music festival. Brooks is wrapping up his three-year comeback tour that will be ending in Nashville.
Chart-topping duo Florida Georgia Line is scheduled to perform on Friday from 10:15 PM to 11:45 PM on the MANE Stage. Keith Urban, who has won four Grammy Awards, will be Saturday’s main performer in his first time in eight years playing Stagecoach. Garth Brooks will then close out the event on Sunday.
Three-Day General Admission will be $329.00 for a single wristband which will grant access for all three days, which will include wandering from stage to stage and enter into other activities such as the Half-Pint Hootenanny, HonkyTonk Dance Hall, delicious BBQ, and more.
Three-Day General Admission Adding a Shuttle will be $389, and a Three-Day Corral Standing Pit will be $1199. Several of the reserved sections have already sold out.
This lip-smacking BBQ will come with craft cocktails and craft beer plus more. Pass holders will find an array of choices including the classic ribs, brisket, pork, and other surprises.
Cowboy Lifestyle Network, the leading community and online source for all that is Western and Country, will work along with the CLN, Ak-Chin Indian Community, and Earnhardt Auto Centers Road Team as the media team.
Before or after the Festival, you would enjoy exploring Indio. Having the nickname “The City of Festivals” and using the motto “The place to be,” the city is known for its cultural events, especially the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. In May 2007, the promoters of Coachella began Stagecoach, and Stagecoach continues to be held the weekend following Coachella. Charities that benefit from Stagecoach are the City of Indio and other local organizations.
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