Lineup and Activities:
This year's lineup includes Luke Bryan, Cole Swindell, Kane Brown, Sam Hunt, Luke Combs, Cam, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Jason Aldean, Old Dominion, and Lauren Alaina. Thanks to the exciting expansions made last year, you can enjoy performances on three major stages and several auxiliary areas. The best known names appear on the Mane Stage, which has a bucking horse statue to be sure no one misses the pun. Visit the Palomino Tent for alt country and other specialties or catch emerging artists at the Sirius XM Spotlight Stage. There's also a Half-Pint Hootenanny area for children with free fun suitable for toddlers to teens organized by the local Girl Scouts.
Other highlights include the Honkytonk Dance Hall where you can get out on the floor or just watch, Nikki Lane's Stage Stop Marketplace offering unique western wear and acoustic performances with special guest stars, and a Ferris wheel where more than one couple has gotten engaged.
Food and Drink:
Back by popular demand will be Guy Fieri from the Food Network. He joined the festival last year to take charge of the barbecue activities, along with an impressive roster of pit bosses from many popular eateries from across the country. Dine on ribs, pulled pork, and all your favorite country style dishes. If you want some shade, you can grab a beer and eat at The Beer Barn or enjoy craft cocktails fireside at The Cabin.
More Information on Attending:
Visit the festival website for more information about purchasing General Admission or Corral Reserved Seating or Standing Pit passes. General admission is free for kids 10 and under.
Stagecoach and other music festivals are just one of the attractions that make Palm Springs a paradise for all ages and interests. Contact us at ModMansions to find out more about luxury home rentals to make your visit extra special.