Country music lovers gathered in Indio from April 27, 2018 to April 29, 2018 to celebrate Stagecoach, California’s largest country music festival.
Thousands of people gathered at Empire Polo club to listen to the best of the best in country music. With amazing acts like Garth Brooks, Keith Urban, Kelsea Ballerini, etc… it’s hard to imagine that anyone was disappointed.
Stagecoach Vibes – Festival photos from all 3 days.
Day 1 started right with Morgan Evans on the SiriusXM Spotlight Stage. Morgan is best known for his hit single, “Kiss Somebody,” and of course for being Kelsea Ballerini’s husband. This Aussie country man is sure to be a star in no time.
After Morgan Evans, Morgan Wallen took the Sirius Stage. Morgan’s song “Up Down” with Florida Georgia line has 21 million hits on YouTube, and the numbers are growing.
Next up was Jordan Davis. Jordan’s hit single “Singles You Up” brought him in the spotlight quickly, but he definitely is a force to be reckoned with.
Before we knew it, the Mane Stage acts were appearing! First up, Chris Lane. With more pop-ish tunes, Chris got the crowd ready for the night to begin!
Next to the Mane Stage, Chris Janson. His performance of “Drunk Girl” was as inspiring as it was empowering as he spoke about his daughters. View the performance HERE.
Soon after, Kelsea Ballerini came out. This was her time to SHINE, and she did not disappoint.
Before headliner Florida Georgia Line, Jake Owens wooed the crowd with beach vibes.
Finally, Florida Georgia Line. These guys know how to rock.
For Tonight Mag, day 2 started out with Walker Hayes on the Mane Stage.
Midland took the stage soon after Walker. More traditional country, Midland gave the crowd a break from the pop – country and went back to the roots of it all.
Before Keith Urban, Kacey Musgraves put on a stellar performance.
Kane Brown was the first to hit the Mane Stage. His performance was great, but the meanings he shared behind some of his songs were powerful.
Soon after, Brett Young sung his heart out.
Up next before Garth Brooks, Lee Brice.
Stagecoach 2018 was an amazing experience, and we definitely can’t wait to see what is in store for next year. Each and every performer was happy, grateful, and excited to be there singing their hearts out for an audience that was thrilled to be part of the event.
Cheers Stagecoach 2018, and see you next year!