Check Out The Stagecoach 2018 Daily Schedule!

In less than a week to go until Stagecoach 2018, the official daily set times have now been announced! Southern California’s biggest Country Music Festival is set for Friday, April 27th, Saturday, April 28th and Sunday, April 29th, 2018 at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, CA.

Friday kicks off the three day festival at 12:00 pm with Kendell Marvel along with Jade Bird, Walker McGuire, Morgan Evans, Morgan Wallen, Joshua Hedley, Jordan Davis, Banditos, Tanya Tucker, Linday Ell, Chris Lane, The Georgia Satellites, Chris Janson, Cody Jinks, Kelsea Ballerini, Molly Hatchet, Jake Owen and headliner Florida Georgia Line at 10:15 pm.

Saturday gets started with the first act of the second day by Kassi Aston at 12:05 pm on the Sirius XM Spotlight stage followed by Adam Doleac, Muscadine Bloodline, Jade Jackson, Delta Rae, Brandy Clark, Seth Ennis, Carly Pearce, Tyler Childers, Walker Hayes, Ronnie Milsap, Granger Smith, Jason Isbell, Brothers Osborne, Dwight Yoakam, Kacey Musgraves  and none other than Keith Urban ending the night at 10:15 PM on the Mane Stage.

The third and final day of the festival will start at 12:05 PM on all three stages…so fans can take their pick between CB30, Lillie Mae, Aaron Watson and Colter Wall. The following artists will be performing the various stages throughout the day…Brown & Gray, Temecula Road, Lewis Brice, Paul Cauthen, Runaway June, Ashley McBryde, Kane Brown, Lukas Nelson & The Promise Of The Real, Brett Young, Gordon Lightfoot, Lee Brice and for the first time ever…Trisha Yearwood with Garth Brooks closing out the festival on the Mane Stage at 9:15 PM.

Be sure to download the Stagecoach mobile app to create your own schedule and keep up with all the activities for the weekend!

For the complete festival daily schedule, please visit

See you this weekend in the desert!


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