“Stagecoach is such a legendary festival, and I am honored to be headlining the final night," Wallen shares of the news. "I have so many friends who never miss it and I know this will be a monumental weekend for all of us. Can’t wait to see everybody there.”
Across the three-day weekend, country and roots fans will be treated to sets from some of the genre's current superstars from the likes of HARDY and Jelly Roll to its newest and most exciting risers, including Bailey Zimmerman, Megan Moroney, Charles Wesley Godwin, ERNEST, Hailey Whitters, Lauren Watkins, Luke Grimes, Sam Barber, Vincent Neil Emerson and Wyatt Flores, to name just a few.
Attendees that lean more on the traditionalist side will not be left hanging, though, as Stagecoach will also see some of the most well-established stars, such as Asleep at the Wheel, Clint Black, Dwight Yoakam and Willie Nelson & Family, take the stage.
The weekend will also feature some especially intriguing performances from acts outside of the country realm, including Leon Bridges, The Beach Boys and rap icon Post Malone, who will be playing a special set of country covers.
Additionally, the festival's iconic late-night performances will be anchored by Stagecoach mainstay Diplo, along with Stagecoach first-timers Wiz Khalifa and Nickelback.
At Stagecoach 2023, concertgoers were gifted headlining performances from Luke Bryan, Kane Brown and Chris Stapleton, as well as a special Opry invitation for California native Jon Pardi and a bill of more than 75 country, Americana and roots artists.
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