Paisley, Aldean, Lambert, Shelton headline Stagecoach feset

Wednesday, October 26, 2011 – Brad Paisley, Jason Aldean, Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton will headline the Stagecoach Country Music Festival, which returns in 2012 for its sixth year and a third day of music.

Stagecoach 2012 also features Alabama, Martina McBride, Kenny Rogers, Luke Bryan, Sara Evans, Chris Isaak, The Band Perry, Justin Moore, Eli Young Band, The Mavericks reunion and more.

The festival will be held again at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, Cal. on Friday, April 27th, Saturday, April 28th and Sunday, April 29th.

Tickets go on sale Friday, Oct. 28, 2011 at 1 p.m. eastern at stagecoachfestival.com. Three-day weekend passes start at $149 for a limited time and layaway options are available. The festival also offers reserved seating, camping and RV packages.

Other bands playing the event are Steve Martin and The Steep Canyon Rangers, Chris Isaak, Justin Moore, The Jayhawks, Eli Young Band, The JaneDear Girls, The Del McCoury Band, Brett Eldredge, Aaron Lewis, Ralph Stanley & His Clinch Mountain Boys, Uncle Monk, JD Crowe & The New South, Sara Watkins, Sunny Sweeney, Dave Alvin and the Guilty Ones, The Unforgiven, Greensky Bluegrass, Split Lip Rayfield, Elizabeth Cook, JD Souther and Old Man Markley.

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