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Stagecoach fest becomes Stagecouch

Wednesday, April 22, 2020 – The Stagecoach Festival, the three-day extravaganza in California, will carry on - as Stagecouch.

"Since fans can't come to the desert this April, we are bringing good Stagecoach vibes to them to via #STAGECOUCH," concert promoter AEG said in a press release. "Throughout the originally scheduled Stagecoach weekend (April 24-26) and while SiriusXM broadcasts new 'from home' sets, we will be inviting artists and other members of the fest family to participate in Instagram Live Streams, including Q+A's, teaching a line dance and more."

The Instagram livestream schedule is:

April 24
11 A.M.Live Guy Fieri
Noon Live Q+A with Dustin Lynch
3 p.m. At Home Performance with RaeLynn
5 p.m. 5 O'Clock Somewhere Cheers + At Home Performance with the Last Bandoleros
7 p.m. At Home Performance with HARDY

Saturday, April 25
11 a.m. Honk if ya Tonk Living Room Edition with Kristal from Borderline
Noon Guitar Lesson from Tenille Townes
1 p.m. Live Q+A with LOCASH
5 p.m. 5 O'Clock Somewhere Cheers + At Home Performance with Honey County

Sunday, April 26
11 a.m. Live Q+A with Desure
Noon At Home Performance with Hailey Whitters
5 p.m. 5 O'Clock Somewhere Cheers with Jon Pardi
8 p.m. Late Night Couch Party featuring Diplo's 2019 Set

SiriusXM will also host a broadcast starting at noon each day on The Highway on channel 56, via satellite radios and on the SiriusXM app. SiriusXM subscribers nationwide plus everyone who is not already a SiriusXM subscriber can listen through the SiriusXM app during the free streaming access period (

Performances by headliners Thomas Rhett on Friday, Carrie Underwood on Saturday and Eric Church on Sunday will be on tap. The full SiriusXM Stagecouch full lineup:
Ashley McBryde
Brandon Ratcliff
Carrie Underwood
Chris Lane
Dustin Lynch
Eric Church
Gabby Barrett
Hailey Whitters
Ingrid Andress
Jimmie Allen
Jon Pardi
Mitchell Tenpenny
Morgan Wallen
Niko Moon
Old Dominion
Riley Green
Tennille Townes
Thomas Rhett

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