Stagecoach 2023: Trixie Mattel, Nelly and Diplo host Late Night in Palomino

Stagecoach County Music Festival fans will be able to keep the party going once the headliners Luke Bryan, Kane Brown and Chris Stapleton finish riling up the crowd on the Mane Stage at the 15th annual concert event happening April 28-30 at the Empire Polo Club in Indio.

Festival producers have announced the lineup for Late Night in Palomino shows happening after-hours on the Palomino Stage. Drag queen, pop star and TV personality Trixie Mattel, who also happens to own the pink paradise Trixie Motel just a few miles from the festival grounds, will lead the festivities on Friday night.

Rapper Nelly, who crossed over into the country genre by collaborating with acts such as Tim McGraw, Kane Brown and Florida Georgia Line, is taking over on Saturday. DJ Diplo, the first artist to perform the after-hours event back in 2019, will officially close out Stagecoach 2023 with his set on Sunday evening.

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Joining Bryan on Friday will be Jon Pardi, Riley Green, ZZ Top, Elle King, Breland, Melissa Etheridge and more. Along with Brown, Saturday features Old Dominion, Gabby Barrett, Bryan Adams, Niko Moon, Morgan Wade, Marty Stuart, Mary Chapin Carpenter and others. Before Stapleton takes the stage on Sunday, fans will enjoy sets by Brooks & Dunn, Parker McCollum, Tyler Childers, Turnpike Troubadours, Lainey Wilson, Ryan Bingham and more.

Three-day general admission passes are $389; three-day Saloon passes are $799; Corral Reserved Seating is $829-$1,999; three-day Corral Reserved Standing Pit is $1,499; RV camping is $620-$1,620; Car camping is $244; Lake Eldorado camping is $679-$899; preferred parking is $99 and any-line shuttle passes are $70. All passes will be available at

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