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Toby Keith, Hank Williams Jr. among Stagecoach Festival heavyweights

Toby Keith, Hank Williams Jr. and Lady Antebellum will split headlining duties for Indio, CA's three-day Stagecoach Festival next spring.

Toby Keith, Hank Williams Jr. and Lady Antebellum will split headlining duties for Indio, CA's three-day Stagecoach Festival next spring.

The seventh annual country festival will take place April 26-28 at Indio, CA's Empire Polo Club—the same location as its "cousin," the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.

Along with the aforementioned headliners, the forthcoming event boasts dozens of big-name acts, including Dierks Bentley, Zac Brown Band, Darius Rucker, Trace Adkins, Jeff Bridges & The Abiders and Dwight Yoakam. The full lineup is listed below.

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Three-day general admission passes, which are priced at $239 including fees and shipping, go on sale Saturday (10/20) at the festival website. Reserved seating, VIP parking and camping passes will also be available.

The 2012 spring festival marked the first year in its history to sell out, with approximately 55,000 fans in attendance each day. The multi-stage event will also feature a Ferris wheel, a BBQ contest featuring 30 competing teams, food and drink vendors and more.

The full lineup includes:

Toby Keith
Hank Williams Jr.
Lady Antebellum
Dierks Bentley
Zac Brown Band
Darius Rucker
Trace Adkins
Jeff Bridges & The Abiders
Rodney Atkins
Dwight Yoakam
Thompson Square
Lonestar
Roger McGuinn
Old Crow Medicine Show
Phil Vassar
Nick 13
John Anderson
Jerry Lee Lewis
Charley Pride
Don Williams
Joe Nichols
Connie Smith
Maggie Rose
Hayes Carll
Marty Stuart
Jana Kramer
Justin Townes Earle
Tanya Tucker Blue Sky Riders
John Reilly and Friends
Wylie and the Wild West
Commander Cody
The Steel Wheels
Haunted Windchimes
Alissa Griffith
Suzy Bogguss
The Honkytonk Angels Band
Sons and Brothers
The Westbound Rangers
Robert Ellis
Riders in the Sky
Waddie Mitchell
Florida Georgia Line
Brown Bird
Becky Stark
Gabriel Kelley

 

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