Stagecoach Festival 2022: Thomas Rhett, Carrie Underwood, Luke Combs, the Black Crowes, More


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After being forced to skip 2020 and ’21 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent scheduling uncertainty, the Stagecoach Festival — Goldenvoice’s country-themed mega-fest that always takes place the weekend after the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival each April — will return next year, from April 29-May 1, 2022.

The lineup was officially announced on Monday, and features heavy hitters in the country/Americana scene, including headliners Thomas Rhett, Carrie Underwood and Luke Combs. Other noteworthy acts on the bill include Maren Morris, Brothers Osborne, Smokey Robinson (!), The Black Crowes, Midland, Lee Brice, Cody Johnson, Jordan Davis, Cody Jinks and more.

The full lineup, in alphabetical order:

Amythyst Kiah
Brandi Carlile
Breland
Brothers Osborne
Callista Clark
Carrie Underwood
Caylee Hammack
Charley Crockett
Cody Jinks
Cody Johnson
Colter Wall
Flatland Cavalry
Hailey Whitters
Hayes Carll
Ian Noe
Ingrid Andress
Jesse LaBelle
Jimmie Allen
Jordan Davis
Laci Kaye Booth
Lainey Wilson
Lee Brice
Lindsay Ell
LOCASH
Luke Combs
Marcus King Band
Maren Morris
Margo Price
Midland
Mitchell Tenpenny
Molly Tuttle
Neal McCoy
Orville Peck
Reyna Roberts
Rhiannon Giddens
Ryan Griffin
Ryan Hurd
Shenandoah
Shy Carter
Smokey Robinson
Tanya Tucker
The Black Crowes
The Cactus Blossoms
The Mavericks
Thomas Rhett
Travis Denning
Turbo
Walker County
Waylon Payne
Yola

For the Black Crowes, this festival appearance will come after the blues/rock band’s delayed tour celebrating the 30th anniversary of 1990’s Shake Your Money Maker, which saw its original 2020 dates pushed back to this month, starting up on July 20.

Something new to Stagecoach this time is the Compton Cowboys, which a news release notes is a crew of ten Black horseback riders whose small ranch is one of the very last in a semirural town in Compton called Richland Farms — and they are bringing their horses to Stagecoach to tell their story and share in the experience.

“We love country, we love the music, we love the culture and we’re stoked to be around folks that get it,” says Randy Savvy, Managing Member of the Compton Cowboys. “I’ve been listening to country music for a long time and we’re looking forward to bringing Compton Cowboys and our horse gang to the festival.”

Passes for Stagecoach 2022 go on sale this Friday, July 16.

Also for the first time in 2022, the Stagecoach Festival will be streamed live via YouTube.


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