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HUNT HEADLINES STAGECOACH WITH ALDEAN, BRYAN

Sam Hunt will make his headlining debut at the Stagecoach festival on the Saturday bill between two returning top-of-the-bill superstars, Luke Bryan and Jason Aldean. The 13th edition of the country music festival returns 4/26-28 to the Empire Polo Field in Indio.

The Friday bill includes Cole Swindell, Kane Brown and Russell Dickerson; Luke Combs, Cam and Lanco play Saturday; and Old Dominion, Lauren Alaina and Jordan Davis are part of the Sunday bill.

Each day has a rock presence: Brett Michaels on day one, Lynyrd Skynyrd on Saturday and Tom Jones on the final day.

The festival is also booking acts with hits from the 1980s and ‘90s, among them Terri Clark, Joe Diffie and Sammy Kershaw.

The SiriusXM Spotlight Stage will return with five up-and-comers per day and the Stage Stop Horseshoe Stage, new this year, will also offer new acts a place to perform.

Tickets—GA is $349—go on sale Friday.

 

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