Stagecoach '23 features Stapleton, Brown, Bryan headlining
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Stagecoach '23 features Stapleton, Brown, Bryan headlining

Monday, September 12, 2022 – Luke Bryan, Kane Brown and Chris Stapleton will headline the 15th annual Stagecoach Festival in 2023, it was announced today.

Other major acts playing the festival are Brooks & Dunn, Old Dominion, Gabby Barrett, Jon Pardi, Lainey Wilson, BRELAND, Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives, Tyler Childers, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Morgan Wade, Riley Green and Elle King. Non-country acts ZZ Top, Melissa Etheridge and Bryan Adams also will be aboard.

"Every time I've played at Stagecoach, it's even better than the time before. They have a history of delivering such an amazing fan experience that fans want to come back year after year. It's the perfect kind of energy, and I look forward to being back," said Bryan

"Stagecoach, I'm so pumped to come back and headline, and y'all better be ready for the energy we are about to bring there. We've been looking forward to this for a long time," said Brown.

The line up also includes:
49 Winchester
Abbey Cone
American Aquarium
Avery Anna
Bailey Zimmerman
Bella White
Cooper Alan
Corey Kent
Drake Milligan
Flamin' Groovies
Ian Munsick
Jackson Dean
Jaime Wyatt
Kaitlin Butts
Kameron Marlowe
Keb' Mo'
Lily Rose
Logan Ledger
Luke Grimes
Mackenzie Carpenter
Madeline Edwards
Nate Smith
Nick Shoulders
Nikki Lane
Niko Moon
Priscilla Block
Restless Road
Ryan Bingham
Sammy Kershaw
Sierra Ferrell
The Last Bandoleros
Tiera Kennedy
Tré Burt
Trixie Mattel
Turnpike Troubadours
Tyler Braden
Valerie June
Warren Zeiders

Guy Fieri's Stagecoach Smokehouse is back again for its fourth year to reveal new chefs, pit bosses and BBQ vendors.

Returning to the festival for a second consecutive year are California's homegrown, Compton Cowboys. They are a crew of ten Black horseback riders whose ranch is one of the very last in a semirural town in Compton called Richland Farms -- and they are bringing their horses to Stagecoach to tell their compelling story of community engagement and share in the experience.

The festival will be held April 28-30 at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, Cal. Passes go on sale at 1 p.m. eastern time.

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