Luke Bryan, Kane Brown, Chris Stapleton; Photos By Andrew Wendowski
Luke Bryan, Kane Brown, Chris Stapleton; Photos By Andrew Wendowski

Luke Bryan, Kane Brown & Chris Stapleton To Headline 2023 Stagecoach Festival

Luke Bryan, Kane Brown and Chris Stapleton were just announced as the headliners for Stagecoach!

The event, which marks the festival’s 15th Anniversary, will take place April 28-30, 2023 at Empire Polo Club in Indio, California.

The three-day festival also boasts performances by country hitmakers Jon Pardi, Old Dominion, Brooks & Dunn, Riley Green, Gabby Barrett, Parker McCollum, Tyler Childers, ZZ Top, BRELAND, Turnpike Troubadours, Bryan Adams, Elle King, Morgan Wade and more.

Stars shared their excitement for the event via Instagram. “I have never seen my name so big on a lineup before. I’m about to hit the stage with ENERGY 🔥🔥🔥” BRELAND commented, with Old Dominion adding “Hell yeah 🤘🤘.”

“About to be lit 🔥🤘🏾” Brown captioned his Instagram post.

Fans flocked to all three star’s posts, sharing their excitement through comments such as “PUMPED 🔥🔥 BEST YEAR YET” and “CHRIS STAPLETON, TYLER CHILDERS, TURNPIKE AND RYAN BINGHAM???? Omg.”

“Every time I’ve played at Stagecoach it’s even better than the time before. They have a history of delivering such an amazing fan experience that fans want to come back year after year. It’s the perfect kind of energy and I look forward to being back,” shared Bryan.

“Stagecoach, I’m so pumped to come back and headline, and y’all better be ready for the energy we are about to bring there. We’ve been looking forward to this for a long time,” added Brown.

Watch Stagecoach tease the highly anticipated 2023 lineup below.

 

 

Guy Fieri’s Stagecoach Smokehouse will return for its fourth year, bringing new chefs, pit bosses and vendors. Fans will have the opportunity to taste test Guy and friends’ delicious creations from their pits and rigs.

Check out Guy Fieri’s Stagecoach 2022 interview with Midland below.

California natives Compton Cowboys will take part in the festivities for a second consecutive year. The crew of ten Black horseback riders will travel all the way from their ranch, Richland Farms, in the semi-rural town of Compton. As the owners of one of the very last ranches in their town, the group will share their heartfelt story of community.

The YeeHaw tent will also feature High Class Hillbilly owner Nikki Lane’s Stage Stop Marketplace and Horseshoe Stage, which highlights alt-country burgeoning artists.

The Honky Tonk Dance Hall returns with an unexpected secret weapon – award-winning DJ, producer and songwriter Diplo. The star is set to curate the Honky Tonk’s DJ sets, elevating the party to new heights.

“Stagecoach is one of my favorite places to play on earth,” said Diplo. “There’s nothing quite like it — what started as an experiment has become some of the most fun I have all year. I really wanted to go all out this year, so we’re taking over the Honky Tonk and making my party bigger than ever. Stoked to see y’all.”

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