By Maxim Mower
The 2023 line-up for Stagecoach Festival's legendary Palomino Stage has been unveiled.
The festival, which takes place at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California, has also confirmed that festival veteran and Yellowstone star, Ryan Bingham, will play the Palomino Stage in 2023.
Joining him will be artists such as 49 Winchester, Bryan Adams, Marty Stuart, Ian Munsick, ZZ Top, Melissa Etheridge and more.
The announcement that Childers will be appearing at Stagecoach Festival 2023, which takes place on April 28-30, sent a ripple of excitement through the country music world.
The news that he will be performing on the famed Palomino Stage has only intensified this sense of anticipation.
In September, the Appalachian maverick released his ambitious, tripartite album, Can I Take My Hounds to Heaven?.
The left-field project drew widespread critical acclaim, and debuted at No. 8 on the Billboard All-Genre Chart.
Since Stagecoach Festival's inception in 2007, its Palomino Stage has built a cult following due to its celebration of artists that find a home on the fringes of the genre.
The stage's popularity has grown to the extent that the organisers have now given it its own spin-off event, Palomino Festival, which held its first ever instalment in July 2022.
In the past, the Palomino Stage has witnessed performances from country icons such as John Prine, Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson and George Jones.
For the full Palomino Stage line-up for Stagecoach Festival 2023, see below:
Friday April 28
The Last Bandoleros
Saturday April 29
Mary Chapin Carpenter
Sunday April 30
The main stage headliners for Stagecoach Festival 2023 have been confirmed as Luke Bryan, Chris Stapleton and Kane Brown, with Jon Pardi, Riley Green, Gabby Barrett and more also set to perform at the three-day event.
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