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

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; Photos by Andrew Wendowski

Saddle up, because Stagecoach, country music’s biggest festival, is headed back to the desert!

Stagecoach will be celebrating its 15th anniversary from April 28th-April 30th, 2023, in Indio, California. With headlining performances from Luke Bryan, Kane Brown, and Chris Stapleton, it is sure to be rowdy! Beginning Friday, September 16th, passes will go on sale here at 10 AM PT.

The star-studded line-up also includes performances from 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. 

Guy Fieri’s Stagecoach Smokehouse will return to the grounds for its fourth year – featuring new chefs, pit bosses, and BBQ vendors. Not only will Guy and friends showcase their pits and rigs, but they will offer taste tests throughout the festival. The food lineup and surprise artists Guy will be cooking with will all be announced soon.

The California native Compton Cowboys – a group of ten Black horseback riders whose ranch is one of the very last in a semi-rural town in Compton called Richland Farms – will be making their return for the second year in a row to share their story and give fans a true experience.

The exclusive Stage Stop Marketplace, which is owned by singer Nikki Lane – who is also the owner of High Class Hillbilly – will be located at the YeeHaw tent and Horseshoe stage. This stage will include performances from alt-country artists.

The Honky Tonk Dance Hall will return this year with DJ, producer and songwriter Diplo. Sure to bring the party to a whole new level, this is an event fans won’t want to miss!

“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.”

The T-Mobile Mane Stage will host the SiriusXM Spotlight Sessions, which will feature an exciting lineup of Highway Finds.

Pass Prices:

3-Day GA – Advance Sale – $389.00

3-Day GA & Shuttle Combo – Advance Sale – $449.00

3-Day Saloon – $799.00

Corral Reserved Seating – C3 – $829.00

Corral Reserved Seating – C2 – $1,299.00

Corral Reserved Seating – C1 – $1,999.00

3-Day Corral Standing Pit – $1,499.00

Camping Companion parking – $55.00

Preferred Parking – $99.00

Resort Lot 8 – $1620.00

Resort Lot 7 – $1120.00

Resort Lot 5 – $1120.00

Resort Lot 10 – $620.00

Lake Eldorado 2 Person Lodge – $679.00

Lake Eldorado 4 Person Tent – $899.00

Car Camping – $244.00

Any Line Shuttle Pass – $70.00

Neon Cowboy Hat – $92.00

**plus fees

For the first time, a new Saloon pass will be available to purchase. With this, fans will have access to standing-room-only areas on both sides of the Corral, in addition to access to the Rhinestone & Cowboy Saloons. Here, they will be offered specialty food & drink vendors, air-conditioned restrooms, shaded seating areas, and full (cashless) cash bars. For information on shuttle passes, tent, yurt, BYO RV reservations on the Safari Campground – as well as Travel Packages that bundle festival passes with local hotel accommodations for 2 or 4 people – click here.