Stagecoach 2020 will be here sooner than you think, folks. The county music fest comes on the heels of Coachella, but is very different—the vibe is more relaxed, the crowds are smaller and you can drink beer at the stages. Comparisons aside, Stagecoach is a great event in its own right. It caters to a surprisingly wide range of folks and books some pretty incredible talent.
Find out here when tickets go on sale, who’s playing the fest, which artists you have to see and what we’ve learned along the way. Yeehaw!
When is Stagecoach 2020?
The fest was initially slated to be held in April, but due to the coronavirus outbreak, it’s been rescheduled for the weekend of October 23–25.
Thomas Rhett, Carrie Underwood and Eric Church were announced to headline this year’s fest, with additional sets from Brett Young, Dustin Lynch, Dan + Shay, Midland, ZZ Top, Alan Jackson, Jon Pardi and Bryan Adams, among others. Oh yeah, and Lil Nas X, Billy Ray Cyrus and Diplo are all set to perform, too. However, the full lineup has yet to be re-confirmed following the fest’s postponement.
When tickets available?
General admission tickets went on sale Friday, October 18 at 11am. All ticket info can be found here.
How much will tickets cost?
For the 2020 festival, GA tickets are $354. Corral Standing Pit spots cost $1,399 and Corral Reserved Seating passes begin at $899. Camping starts at $200 for cars.
Get your credit cards ready, cowboys and girls, and relive all the glory of last year’s fest right here.