Church, Lambert, Wallen headline Stagecoach
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Church, Lambert, Wallen headline Stagecoach

Thursday, September 7, 2023 – Eric Church, Miranda Lambert and Morgan Wallen will headline Stagecoach, the annual three-day country fest in Indio, Cal. from April 26-28, 2024.

Other playing the festival include Post Malone, Jelly Roll, Willie Nelson Elle King, Dwight Yoakam, HARDY, Bailey Zimmerman, Megan Moroney, Trampled By Turtles, The War and Treaty, and The Beach Boys. Post Malone, who has talked about getting into country, will play a set of country covers. The festival includes several artists, who have not been part of the country scene before including Canadian rock band Nickelback, Wiz Khalifa, soul singer Leon Bridges and Mexican regional artist Carin Leon

Church said, "I can't wait to get back to the desert to play Stagecoach in 2024. It's going to be one hell of a party."

Lambert said, "There is something so special about playing music when the sun goes down in the middle of the desert. The fans, the setup, the location— there really is no other festival like it. My band and I have had the chance to experience the magic that is Stagecoach a few times now, and we can't wait to be back in 2024."

"Stagecoach is such a legendary festival, and I am honored to be headlining the final night," Wallen said. "I have so many friends who never miss it, and I know this will be a monumental weekend for all of us. Can't wait to see everybody there."

The line-up also will feature Allison Russell, Ashley Cooke, Asleep at the Wheel, Ben Burgess, Brittney Spencer, Charles Wesley Godwin, Charley Crockett, Clint Black, ERNEST, Hailey Whitters, Josh Abbott Band, Josh Ross, Katie Pruitt, Kyle Morgan, Lauren Watkins, Luke Grimes, Maddie & Tae, Miko Marks, Nate Smith, Pam Tillis, Paul Cauthen, Shane Smith & The Saints, Tenille Townes and Willie Jones.

Late Night at Stagecoach features Nickelback (Friday), Diplo (Saturday) and Wiz Khalifa (Sunday) closing each evening of the festival for Late Night in Palomino. For the second year in a row, Diplo will be bringing some of the biggest names in dance music to the HonkyTonk.

Passes go on sale starting Friday at 2 p.m. eastern time. Prices range from $429 to $1,999.

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