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The full lineup for the 2019 Stagecoach: California’s Country Music Festival is in.

Headlining this year’s festival will be Luke Bryan, Sam Hunt and Jason Aldean, all returning modern country favorites. But the big surprise among the rest of the lineup is Welsh power pop rocker Tom Jones, continuing a Stagecoach tradition of featuring British Invasion rockers including Eric Burdon and the Animals, and the Zombies.

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Southern rock giant Lynyrd Skynyrd, one of the most popular acts to play Stagecoach’s side stages reserved for more Americana-type acts, also returns.

Other festival highlights include ​​​Cole Swindell​​​​ and Kane Brown on Friday, April 26, Cam on the following Saturday and Old Dominion and Lauren Alaina on Sunday, April 28.

For a full list of performers, take a look below:

Friday April 26

Luke Bryan, Cole Swindell, Kane Brown, Bret Michaels Scotty McCreery, Russell Dickerson, Devin Dawson, Joe Diffie, Cody Johnson, Tyler Rich, Brandon Lay, Dan Tyminski, Ashley Monroe, Jon Langston, Carlton Anderson, Filmore, Cordovas, Becca Mancari

Saturday April 27

Sam Hunt, Luke Combs, Cam, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Lanco, Michael Ray, Sammy Kershaw, Jessie James Decker, Travis Denning, Whiskey Myers, The Wild Feathers, Aubrie Sellers, Smithfield, Rita Wilson, Rachel Wammack, William Prince, Dawn Lands, Charley Crockett

Sunday April 28

Jason Aldean, Old Dominion, Lauren Alaina, Tom Jones, Jordan Davis, Danielle Bradbery, Mark Chesnutt, Whitey Morgan, Mitchell Tenpenny, Jimmie Allen, Terri Clark, Parker Millsap, Adam Hambrick, Abby Anderson, Ross Ellis, King Leg, Ruby Boots

Ticket information

Festival passes go on sale Friday, Oct. 19 at 11 a.m. 

Tickets with layaway opportunities went on sale June 15.

For three-day, general admission tickets, attendees paid $329. For three-day Corral C1 reserved seating (behind the pit in front of the Mane Stage), attendees dished out $1,399, up $200 from last year.

Locals were able to place order requests in March for two different types of passes for the 2018 show; these orders were then randomly selected and approved based on residency requirement. In the past, only general admission passes were made available to locals and they were put on sale at a box office two days before the start of each festival. General admission passes were $329 each with all fees included.


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