Stagecoach 2024 lineup: Eric Church, Miranda Lambert and Morgan Wallen top festival

Stagecoach 2024 lineup: Eric Church, Miranda Lambert and Morgan Wallen top festival

After teasing fans all week on its social pages, concert promoters Goldenvoice revealed the lineup for its 2024 Stagecoach Country Music Festival.

For its 16th year, the three-day fest will be headlined by Eric Church, Miranda Lambert and Morgan Wallen.

Stagecoach will return to the Empire Polo Club in Indio on April 26-28, 2024 following back-to-back weekends of its sister Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.

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Though the event had an advance sale back in July, remaining passes will be available starting at 11 a.m. Friday, Sept. 15 at stagecoachfestival.com. Three-day general admission passes are $429-$549; three-day general admission Rhinestone Saloon passes are $799; Corral Reserved seating is $949-$1,999; Corral Standing Pit passes are $1,599; VIP packages are $1,499-$2,999. Various shuttle packages, RV and tent camping options are also available on the official Stagecoach website.

Friday will be topped by Church, who will be joined by rapidly rising rapper-rocker Jelly Roll, Elle King, Dwight Yoakam, Carin León, Paul Cauthen, Hailey Whitters and more. Lambert’s Saturday turn will also include Post Malone, Willie Nelson & Family, Leon Bridges, Ernest, Charley Crockett, Luke Grimes, Maddie & Tae, Trampled by Turtles and more. Wallen, who just played a sold out show to more than 70,000 fans at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood earlier this year, will close the event on Sunday with Hardy, Bailey Zimmerman, The Beach Boys, Megan Moroney, Clint Black, Nate Smith, Pam Tillis and more.

Once again, EDM superstar Diplo will take over Late Night in Palomino for after-party performances, which will be led by rock band Nickelback on Friday, a DJ set from Diplo on Saturday and rapper Wiz Khalifa on Sunday. Diplo will also curate the talent inside the expanded Honky Tonk Dance Hall, which this year included wildly popular sets by Girl Talk and Dillon Francis.

Restaurateur and TV personality Guy Fieri will be back with his Stagecoach Smokehouse, too. There will be new chefs, pit bosses and barbecue vendors as well as cooking demos with special guests and more. For a third year, Compton Cowboys will also be bringing in their horses and showing off the skills they’ve learned at Richland Farms in Compton.