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Stagecoach Country Music Festival Hitting The Road For Inaugural Tour This Fall

An artist performs at the 2015 Stagecoach Festival. (Photo courtesy of Stagecoach)
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Goldenvoice will soon be taking Stagecoach, the concert giant's other springtime music festival in Indio, on the road. The company announced Monday that a touring version of their annual country music festival will launch in October, according to the L.A. Times.

The Stagecoach Spotlight Tour will have an initial 14-stop run in "intimate" venues around the country. Alt-country band Old Dominion with special guest Steve Moakler will be headlining the first run, and Goldenvoice promises that the lineups will feature both veteran and rising talent.

Launched by Goldenvoice, the promoter/producer behind Coachella, in 2007, Stagecoach has grown into a country music juggernaut over the last decade.

"Stagecoach Spotlight Tour allows us to continue and strengthen artist relationships outside of a festival setting as well as creating awareness of the festival nationwide," Stacy Vee, Stagecoach's talent buyer, said in a statement.

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Tickets go on sale Friday (presale starts Wednesday), but country fans who can't wait until October to get their fix can watch a promo here:

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