Stagecoach 2022: Set Times and How to Watch From Home

Coachella may be over, but country music’s party in the desert is just getting started. Stagecoach Festival is back after a two-year hiatus due to coronavirus (COVID-19). The live music event kicks off on Friday, April 29, and will conclude on Sunday, May 1. The festivities take place at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, CA. While there is still time to grab last-minute tickets, fans will also have the opportunity to watch from home.

Wearing a brown shirt Thomas Rhett performs on stage at The Late Show with Stephen Colbert in New York, NY.
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Thomas Rhett starts things off on Friday night 

For country music’s Coachella, three superstar acts are headlining. Thomas Rhett will take the stage Friday night. Carrie Underwood is the Saturday evening headliner, and Luke Combs ends Stagecoach on Sunday night. 

On Friday, Rhett will be joined by Maren Morris and Midland.

Mane Stage

  • 4 PM – Ingrid Andress
  • 5 PM – Ryan Hurd
  • 6:05 PM – Jordan Davis
  • 7:10 PM – Midland
  • 8:30 PM – Maren Morris
  • 9:50 PM – Thomas Rhett

SiriusXM’s Spotlight Stage

  • 1:10 PM – Turbo
  • 1:50 PM – Walker County
  • 2:35 PM – Ryan Griffin
  • 3:20 PM – Breland

Palomino Stage

  • 12:30 PM – Amethyst Kiah
  • 1:30 PM – The Cactus Blossoms
  • 2:40 PM – Charley Crockett
  • 3:55 PM – Neal McCoy
  • 5:10 PM – The Marcus King Band
  • 6:25 PM – Tanya Tucker
  • 7:40 PM – Brandi Carlile

On Saturday, Carrie Underwood headlines with Brothers Osborne and Lee Brice 

Saturday evening Carrie Underwood will take the stage at 9:50 PM. Throughout the day, other country acts will perform on three stages.

Mane Stage

  • 4 PM – Travis Denning
  • 5 PM – HARDY
  • 6:05 PM – Mitchell Tenpenny 
  • 7:10 PM – Lee Brice
  • 8:30 PM – Brothers Osborne
  • 9:50 PM – Carrie Underwood

SiriusXM’s Spotlight Stage

  • 1:10 PM – Laci Kaye Booth
  • 1:50 PM – Reyna Roberts
  • 2:35 PM – Shy Carter
  • 3:20 PM – Caylee Hammack

Palomino Stage

  • 12:30 PM – Ian Noe
  • 1:30 PM – Molly Tuttle
  • 2:40 PM – Shenandoah
  • 3:55 PM – Zach Bryan
  • 5:10 PM – Colter Wall
  • 6:25 PM – Margo Price
  • 7:40 PM – Cody Jinks
  • 11:20 PM – Orville Peck

Luke Combs wraps up Stagecoach on Sunday evening

Luke Combs will bring things home on Sunday night. His set time is a tad earlier than the other headliners; Combs goes on at 9:15 PM. Diplo will take care of the afterparty with a set at 10:50 PM on the Palomino Stage.

Mane Stage

  • 4 PM – Lindsay Ell
  • 5:10 PM – LOCASH
  • 6:20 PM – Cody Johnson
  • 7:40 PM – The Black Crowes
  • 9:15 PM – Luke Combs

SiriusXM’s Spotlight Stage

  • 1:10 PM – Jesse Labelle
  • 1:50 PM – Callista Clark
  • 2:35 PM – Lainey Wilson
  • 3:20 PM – Hailey Whitters

Palomino Stage

  • 12:30 PM – Flatland Calvary
  • 1:30 PM – Hayes Carll
  • 2:25 PM – Waylon Payne
  • 3:25 PM – Rhiannon Giddens
  • 4:30 PM – Yola
  • 5:45 PM – The Mavericks
  • 7 PM – Smokey Robinson
  • 10:50 PM – Diplo

Fans can watch Stagecoach live on YouTube

Similar to Coachella’s setup, Stagecoach will live stream the show for free on YouTube. Fans can start watching live at 3:30 PM PT/ 6:30 PM ET. SiriusXM will also broadcast sets live from the Mane Stage throughout the weekend. 

Three-day passes are still available on Stagecoach’s website for $399. Resale sites have single-day passes for $250, three-day passes for $283, and VIP passes for $527. Those prices will likely go down closer to the show, so fans may want to buy from sites like Stubhub or Vividseats.

To get fans ready for the festival, Stagecoach made an official playlist on YouTube Music

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