Coachella’s countryfied sister, Stagecoach Festival 2019 will be here sooner than you think! A three-day country music pilgrimage marks the biggest country music festival of the world. However, biggest names come also from folk, bluegrass and roots rock scenario. Located in the same location of its elder sister, Stagecoach is, indeed, very different: more relaxed and less crowds make it an ideal festival for families too.
So, an event that offers great music, parties, beers and amazing food. Let’s now discover everything you need to know about Stagecoach 2019. Read on!
1. Where & When
The Stagecoach Festival, also for this year, takes place at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California. Same location as the Coachella Music and Arts Festival, it will follow the two weekends of its elder sister. From 26th to 28th of April the Coachella valley will be the Mecca of all country lovers. So, get ready to dance and sing your favorite songs in the desert. Yeehaw!
Stagecoach tickets prices start to $349 for 3-day general admission till arrive to $1,399 for a 3-day best reserved seating. The tickets went on sale on the last 19th October. However, some good news folks: they are not sold out yet! So, visit the website www.stagecoachfestival.com and secure a place in the world’s largest country music festival!
Also for this edition, the lineup is anchored by great headliners: Luke Bryan on the first night, Sam Hunt on Saturday and Jason Aldean who will close out the party on Sunday. However, a total of more than 60 acts are scheduled over the three-night of the festival. Just to cite some names of other performers: Tom Jones, Cole Swindell, Luke Combs, Old Dominion, Kane Brown, Cam, Lauren Alaina, Bret Michaels, Rita Wilson and more. Each day, a full lineup that you definitely cannot miss!
4. Not just music
Despite an incredible lineup fills with great artists, Stagecoach is more than music. The country music’s biggest party warms up the atmosphere, before the show actually even starts, at Honkytonk Dance Hall. It will be also an amazing food experience. In fact, Guy Fieir’s Stagecoach Smokehouse is back this year. It will bring on the the event the nation’s finest BBQ pit bosses alongside the most celebrated restaurants and BBQ vendors from all over the country. Great news also for shopping addicted: the Stage Shop Marketplace has confirmed is presence fro its second year. Here, you will find everything you need to boost your look up, among new and vintage fashion as well as western wear that emanates Nashville’s best vibes. If this doesn’t seem still enough, have a visit to the world-famous Budweiser Clydesdales or take some breathtaking pics from the top of the Ferries Wheel. For not talking about all the parties in program, just there to be discovered. With these assumptions, the fun will be a certain thing!
5. What to bring with you
In order to enjoy at the best your Stagecoach experience, be sure to not miss these items from your bag. Leave at home sandals and wheels and bring with you the most comfy cowboy boots. Your feet are going to thank you of this choice! Since the festival is located in a desert, a bandana will be not just a touch of style for your look, but also the perfect item for protecting yourself from the dust that will be in the air. Sunglasses and sunscreen are a must for not risking to have your weekend ruined by unpleasant sun damaged skin or dust in the eye. If you don’t want to spend a fortune for overpriced water at food stands, take with you empty water bottles that you can refill at hydration stations around the site. Plus, don’t forget to bring with you some blankets to use when the air will cool down. And now, start to pack your bag with your favorite festival outfits!