Amazon Music becomes the official Stagecoach streaming video provider with exclusive content and an air-conditioned lounge on-site.
Country music enthusiasts unable to make it to the 2023 edition of Stagecoach in Indio, California, on April 28-30 will be able to catch the festival’s acts via Amazon Music. Amazon Music will be the exclusive live-streaming partner for the three-day event, with daily performances on Amazon Music’s Twitch channel and through Amazon Prime Video, live at 3 PM PST from the T-Mobile Mane Stage.
Headlining the Mane Stage this year are Luke Bryan, Kane Brown, and Chris Stapleton, with other acts including BRELAND, Jon Pardi, Old Dominion, and Brooks & Dunn. Amazon will also stream live interviews with Country Heat Weekly co-hosts Amber Anderson and Kelly Sutton from Amazon’s backstage set. The podcast hosts will chat with some of the festival’s most prominent artists and preview the performances fans can expect to enjoy over the weekend.
Fans can expect to hear new Amazon Original songs on Amazon Music from country music’s hottest names, including Luke Grimes and BRELAND. BRELAND’s reimagining of his track, “Happy Song (Amazon Original),” features Danielle Bradbery and releases on April 21, while Grimes’ cover of Blaze Foley’s “Clay Pigeons (Amazon Original)” releases on April 24. Stagecoach attendees can look forward to watching these songs and more performed live during the festival.
Festivalgoers can visit the Amazon Music Live lounge in the vendor area to take a break from the heat in the spacious, air-conditioned lounge. Complete with charging stations, the lounge encourages fans to relax while catching the festival livestream and behind-the-scenes content on a giant LED screen.
For the first time, Dutton Ranch from Paramount Network’s “Yellowstone” will be transported to the desert for fans to visit, kick back in the shade, and enjoy photo opportunities. The “Yellowstone” Airstream pop-up shop features official merch, from authentic hats to blankets, t-shirts, and more.