The dust has barely settled from last weekend's Coachella Festival, and now it's the country fans' turn to descend on the California desert for a weekend of music and fun.
This year's annual Stagecoach Festival, now in its fourth season, has a pretty fantastic lineup--the big headliners include Keith Urban, Toby Keith, Brooks & Dunn (my personal prediction for the highlight of the weekend), and Sugarland, plus a diversely mixed bag of more than 25 other acts. And, it looks like it's going to have a pretty danged good turnout as well. Coachella 2010, held in the same location and put on by the same folks, reported record numbers (more than 200,000 tickets sold). Stagecoach 2010 will likely surpass its own record numbers, which topped 100,000 last year.
A single-day general admission pass to Stagecoach will run you close to a hundred bucks, or you can spring for a weekend pass starting at $137. Given that, all I can say is: Recession? Well, sure, there's a recession, but it doesn'tRead More »from All Aboard! Stagecoach Festival Rollin’ Into Town