Stagecoach 2022: How much do tickets cost?June 2, 2021
AFTER a three-year pandemic delay, Stagecoach is slated to return in 2022.
California will reopen on June 15, as the state will remove most restrictions on outdoor events.
How much do Stagecoach tickets cost?
Like most music festivals, Stagecoach offers presale, general admission and VIP passes.
Cost breakdown for tickets is as follows:
- General admission: $299
- C1 corrall reserved seating: $1199
- C2 corrall reserved seating: $899
- Corrall standing pit: $999
Goldenvoice will open an advance sale for Coachella passes at 10am on Friday, June 4.
Stagecoach advance passes will be announced at a later date.
Stagecoach is annual outdoor music festival held at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California.
The event is the high-grossing festival centered on country music in the world.
The event typically takes place the following weekend after Coachella.
Notable performers have included Brad Paisley, Jason Aldean, Kenny Chesney, Brooks and Dunn, Toby Keith, Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton and Sugarland among others.
What is the Stagecoach 2022 lineup?
Coachella will take place April 15-17 and 22-24, 2022, while the country music festival, Stagecoach, will happen from April 29 to May 1, 2022.
"We look forward to being in the desert next April with all of our friends," festival founder and Goldenvoice president and chief executive Paul Tollett told Billboard in a statement.
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However, the organizers did not announce a lineup for either festival.
Other nearby events such as Hard Summer, BottleRock Napa Valley, and Las Vegas’ Life Is Beautiful announced their lineup.
Was Stagecoach canceled in 2020/2021?
Coachella and Stagecoach were canceled for the third year in a row in 2021 as the Covid pandemic raged across the world.
Stagecoach was scrapped after organizers had initially said they planned to move forward with the 2021 festival in 2020, but were forced to cancel due to the virus.
The news came down from Riverside County Public Health Officer, Dr. Cameron Kaiser, who said the mass festivals were just not feasible as the US was still grappling with containing the virus.
"If Covid-19 were detected at these festivals, the scope and number of attendees and the nature of the venue would make it infeasible, if not impossible, to track those who may be placed at risk," an order, signed by Dr. Kaiser, says.
When the 2020 events were scrapped shortly after Covid began rapidly spreading in the US, organizers planned to move the festivals to October 2021.
2021 dates were then subsequently moved to April/May 2022.
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