Stagecoach 2024

For the first time since its inception in 2,007, the Stagecoach Festival has SOLD OUT. There is a waiting list on their website for anyone hoping to get last minute tickets. The lineup has a few surprises, and a few returning veterans. The Mane Stage is traditionally reserved for the arena country artists while the Palomino Stage hosts former arena classic rockers, some of country music’s greatest legends, as well as rising stars in the genre. Set times for all artists are available on the Stagecoach app. Some of the big hitters joining the festival this year include Eric Church, Miranda Lambert, Morgan Wallen, Post Malone (Performing A Special Set Of Country Covers), Jelly Roll, Hardy, Willie Nelson & Family, Megan Moroney, Bailey Zimmerman, Leon Bridges, Diplo, Dwight Yoakam, Wiz Khalifa, The Beach Boys, Hailey Whitters and many more.

Jelly Roll will be joining Guy Fieri for a cooking demo at Guy’s Smokehouse on Friday at 5 pm. That should be a hoot. Make sure you’re there sportin’ a bib so you can enjoy BBQ styles from California to Tennessee compliments of Guy’s pit masters. Guy will be there all three days with multiple artists thrown down the good stuff.

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The festival’s Palomino Stage will see performances from Dwight Yoakam, Leon Bridges, The Beach Boys, Carin León, Clint Black, Luke Grimes, Charles Wesley Godwin, Charley Crockett, Wyatt Flores and more.

Diplo is also set to return for his legendary slot at Late Night in Palomino. He’ll be joined by Nickelback and Wiz Khalifa, who will be doing their own respective Late Night in Palomino sets to help close out each evening in style.

The Toyota Music Den will feature more intimate sets from favorites like Abby Anderson, Alexandra Kay, and RVSHVD. The festival will also see the return of the Bud Light Backyard, everyone’s favorite inthe- field air-conditioned nightclub oasis.

See you on the wagon trail!

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