Stagecoach 2012

October 29, 2011 by staff 

Stagecoach 2012, As of 1:50 pm Friday, all diligence camping passes are available. At noon, the limited number of 149 and general admission tickets and passes into the seats 999 and had also sold out. Three-day passes for general admission and are now 199, and 749 plus fees and reserved seating passes are still available.

Tickets for the Country Music Festival diligence on sale at 10 am Friday. The festival, which will expand to three days, will be held at the Empire Polo Club in Indio in 27 to 29 ab 2012. Brad Paisley, Jason Aldean, Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton will headline the concert. Other acts include Alabama, Martina McBride and Kenny Rogers.

In addition, Luke Bryan, Sara Evans, Chris Isaak, The Perry band, Justin Moore, Eli Young Band, The meeting of the Mavericks, Steve Martin, the steep Canyon Rangers, The Jayhawks, JaneDear Girls, The Del McCoury Band, Brett Eldredge, Aaron Lewis, Ralph Stanley & The Clinch Mountain Boys, Uncle Monk, JD Crowe & The New South, Sara Watkins, Sunny Sweeney, Dave Alvin and the guilty, Unforgiven, Greensky Bluegrass, Split lip Rayfield, Elizabeth Cook, JD Souther and Old Markley.

Stagecoach also moves in the wrist ticket system’s sister adopted Coachella festival. Three days of weekend passes and start at 149 for a limited time. Pass reserved seats and are 749 and 999 y. All passes will also have an additional fee and 9 place and 3 share the benefit of the city of Indio and local charities, and other charges.

RV packages ranging from 350 – and 850 and camping car and 100. Campers also have to pay a tax of 10 percent of the city of Indio has been added on top of fees for their services.

Children under 10 are admitted in the areas of general admission festival for free.

Visit to purchase tickets and for more information or call 888-512-7469.

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