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STAGECOACH 2024: TIME TO SADDLE UP
4/22/24

Coachella is barely over and here we are talking about AEG/Goldenvoice's country extravaganza, Stagecoach, which should be bigger than ever. Seriously, look at that lineup. With country and Americana dominating the charts, expect a rip-roaring weekend.

No wonder the fest's 2024 iteration had the biggest on-sale of its 16-year history. Stagecoach is due to gallop through Empire Polo Field in Indio, Ca., from 4/26-28.

Stagecoach’s 2024 lineup is led by Eric Church, Miranda Lambert and Morgan Wallen, plus a country covers set from Post Malone and perfs from such wildly diverse acts as Jelly Roll, Willie Nelson and Leon Bridges, Nickelback, Diplo and Wiz Khalifa. And whatever Guy Fieri’s Stagecoach Smokehouse continues to be? That'll be happening too. And don't forget the expanded Rhinestone Saloon, where no self-respecting cowpoke would order a Vodka soda.

Luke Bryan, Kane Brown and Chris Stapleton topped the Stagecoach lineup last year, but that was only the tip of the cactus, as ZZ Top, Luke Grimes, Bryan Adams and Melissa Etheridge also dropped by amid the triple-digit temperatures.