Tim McGraw, Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton are set to headline the Stagecoach Festival in 2015. The three day country music festival will take place April 24-26 at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, CA.
McGraw will headline Friday, April 24th with performances by Jake Owen, Kip Moore, Merle Haggard, Kacey Musgraves, The Devil Makes Three, Parmalee, The Time Jumpers featuring Vince Gill, Dawn Sears, Kenny Sears & Ranger Doug Green, and more.
Lambert will headline Saturday, April 25th with performances by Dierks Bentley, Justin Moore, rockers ZZ Top, Eli Young Band, Gregg Allman, Cassadee Pope, Cast of ABC’s Nashville featuring Chris Carmack, Charles Esten & Clare Bowen, Steve Earl, The Cadillac Three, Mickey Gilley and more.
Shelton will close out the festival on Sunday, April 26th with performances by The Band Perry, Sara Evans, rockers George Thorogood and The Destroyers, Jerrod Niemann, Frankie Ballard, The Oak Ridge Boys, The Outlaws, The Swon Brothers, Maddie & Tae, Chris Janson, Keith Anderson and more.
Three day passes go on sale Tuesday, October 14th at 10 am PT. Three options are available: General Admission for $269, Corral Reserved Seating for $799 and Corral Standing Pit for $799.
All passes include a single wristband granting access to the festival all three days where fans can wander from stage to stage and experience other activities such as the Honky Tonk Dancehall, Half-pint Hootenanny and delicious BBQ. There are various shaded areas with places to sit down and enjoy a meal or rest from roaming around throughout the day.
Corral Reserved Seating includes one reserved seat in front of the Mane Stage right behind the pit and a commemorative laminate and souvenir seat that you get to take home Sunday night after Shelton’s closing performance only.
Corral Standing Pit passes include access to standing room only area in front of Mane Stage where fans get the closest viewing access.
Author: Buddy Iahn
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