Country Music Festival, Stagecoach, Postponed Due To Coronavirus

California's supersized country music festival, Stagecoach, has now been postponed over coronavirus concerns.

The 2020 Stagecoach Festival was scheduled for April 24 - 26, but has now been pushed to October 23 - 25. This news came at the same time the County of Riverside decided to postpone Coachella.

This year's Stagecoach Festival was supposed to have country superstars Thomas Rhett, Carrie Underwood, Dan + Shay, Eric Chuch, Alan Jackson, and many others perform!

The festival organizers shared this post on Facebook alerting ticket holders of the postponement.

Tickets for Stagecoach will be honored for the new date and refunds will be issued to those that cannot reschedule their plans.

There is no word yet on which artists will return in October.

On a local level, the Clewiston Sugar Festival which was supposed to star Justin Moore, Maddie & Tae, David Lee Murphy, and Muscadine Bloodline has also been cancelled.

Clewiston Sugar Festival Cancelled Due To Coronavirus - Thumbnail Image

Clewiston Sugar Festival Cancelled Due To Coronavirus

Source: Los Angeles Times

Photo: Getty Images

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