Stagecoach, the largest country festival on the west coast, is returning to Indio, California next April, and ticket prices have been revealed.
The 2020 edition will take place from April 24 to 26 at the Empire Polo Club. General admission three-day passes will be available for $299 – the same price it has been in recent years, along with various other ticketing packages that include services like shuttle rides, nearby hotels, and reserved seating. Those wishing to stay in an RV can grab passes for up to $1,331. Ticket payment plans will be available through promoter Goldenvoice, which allows concertgoers to make six payments under $51.
Stagecoach 2019, which commenced from April 26 to 28 this year, featured sets from headlining artists Luke Bryan, Sam Hunt, and Jason Aldean, as well as rising country stars Cole Swindell, Kane Brown, Luke Combs, and Old Dominion. Rock legends of Lynyrd Skynyrd also made an appearance during the fest, which saw a breaking attendance record of 240,000 or 80,000 per day. The festival follows Coachella each year, which is slated for April 10-12 and 17-19, 2020.
Advance sale tickets will be available this Friday, July 19. At this time, the lineup has not been revealed, but will likely be shared later this year. Visit Stagecoach’s website for more information.