INDIO, CA (CelebrityAccess) — Organizers for the annual Stagecoach Festival announced its lineup for 2019, with headliners Luke Bryan, Sam Hunt and Jason Aldean leading the bill.
Stagecoach, which is widely considered to be the country music sibling of Goldenvoice’s hugely popular Coachella Music & Arts Festival, will take place from April 26th through 28th at the Empire Polo Fields in Indio, California.
This year’s lineup appears to be geared more towards contemporary country audiences and features fewer traditional country, roots, and Americana-acts.
As well, while the lineup features a range of female artists, including Cam, Ashley Monroe, Abby Anderson, and Danielle Bradbury, all of the fest’s top-billed artists for 2019 are male.
Veteran acts on the bill for 2018 include Tom Jones, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Joe Diffie, who are featured alongside contemporary artists such as Kane Brown, Cole Swindell, and Luke Combs.
Returning for the 2019 edition of Stagecoach are innovations from last year, including a barbecue smokehouse hosted by celebrity chef Guy Fieri and an artisan boutique curated by Nikki Lane.
Three-day general admission passes for Stagecoach 2019 run $349. VIP passes will set you back as much as $1,399.