Luke Bryan, Sam Hunt and Jason Aldean have been announced as the headliners for the 2019 Stagecoach Festival, which is set to take place in California from April 26-28.

The festival is one of the biggest in country music each year, and it returns to its longtime home at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, Calif., in its 13th year. Bryan is set to headline Friday night (April 26), while Hunt tops the lineup on Saturday (April 27). Three-time 2018 CMA nominee Aldean will take the stage on Sunday night (April 28) to close out the Stagecoach Festival in 2019.

Cole Swindell, Luke Combs, Old Dominion, Kane Brown, Cam, Lauren Alaina, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bret Michaels, Tom Jones and more are also set for the three-day festival, which will also feature Guy Fieri’s Stagecoach Smokehouse, the SiriusXM Spotlight Stage, Nikki Lane's Stage Stop Marketplace, the Honkytonk Dance Hall and more.

Tickets for the 2019 Stagecoach Festival are set to go on sale Friday (Oct. 19) at 11AM PDT at the festival's website. Price range from $349 for a three-day general admission pass to $899 for three-day Corral C2 reserved seating. 2019 will also see the return of car camping, with the option to purchase companion camping parking for additional vehicles. Amenities including the internet cafe, charging stations, general store, supermarket shuttles and on-site pedal cabs will also be available for purchase, along with special travel packages, shuttles and the new Safari Camping Experience, through Valley Music Travel.

See a complete list of performers below.

2019 Stagecoach Festival Lineup:

Abby Anderson
Adam Hambrick
Ashley Monroe
Aubrie Sellers
Becca Mancari
Brandon Lay
Bret Michaels
Carlton Anderson
Charley Crockett
Cody Johnson
Cole Swindell
Danielle Bradbery
Dan Tyminski
Dawn Landes
Devin Dawson
Jason Aldean
Jessie James Decker
Jimmie Allen
Joe Diffie
Jon Langston
Jordan Davis
Kane Brown
King Leg
Lauren Alaina
Luke Bryan
Luke Combs
Lynyrd Skynyrd
Mark Chesnutt
Michael Ray
Mitchell Tenpenny
Old Dominion
Parker Millsap
Rachel Wammack
Rita Wilson
Ross Ellis
Ruby Boots
Russell Dickerson
Sam Hunt
Sammy Kershaw
Scotty McCreery
Terri Clark
The Wild Feathers
Tom Jones
Travis Denning
Tyler Rich
Whiskey Myers
Whitey Morgan
William Prince

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