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Your Ultimate Guide to Stagecoach 2018 – What to Do and Who to See

NASHVILLE, TN – APRIL 04: Tyler Hubbard (L) and Brian Kelley (R) of multi-platinum superstar duo Florida Georgia Line performs onstage during The NFL’s Tennessee Titans team up for the “Tradition Evolved” concert event in downtown Nashville to celebrate The Titans new 2018 uniforms on April 4, 2018 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by John Shearer/Getty Images for Florida Georgia Line and Tennessee Titans)

Friday – April 27, 2018

12:05 pm: To kick off Stagecoach on the right note, be sure to head over and check out Kendell Marvel at SiriusXM’s SPOTLIGHT Stage! This dude not only has the best goatee in the industry, but his music will have you on your feet and wanting more!

1:25 pm: Next up, you absolutely cannot miss Walker McGuire… stay at SiriusXM’s SPOTLIGHT Stage for one heck of a show. This duo has amazing vocals and are easy on the eyes. You are bound to see us there singing along to “Lost!” These guys are bound to blow up in the next year!

2:05 pm: Do not leave your spot at SiriusXM’s SPOTLIGHT Stage! The amazing Morgan Evans is performing next! Kelsea Ballerini’s fiancé is even better live than you could imagine! His Australian accent, musical talent, stunning looks, and tune “Kiss Somebody” will have you swooning!

2:45 pm: Let’s just say SiriusXM’s SPOTLIGHT Stage is on point Friday… Morgan Wallen takes the stage next and we are absolutely obsessed with him. His tune, “Up Down ft. Florida Georgia Line,” is our summer anthem and it is your perfect festival drinking song!

3:00 pm: Once again, STAY at SiriusXM’s SPOTLIGHT Stage!!! Our country crush, Jordan Davis, will win you over too — his beautiful beard and catchy tunes will make you want to stay! He recently released a new album, Home State, that we literally play at least three times a day… we singlehandedly rack up his streaming plays. “Take It From Me,” you will not get enough of this country hunk!

4:00 pm: Make your way to the MANE Stage to see one of our favorite female country artists, Lindsay Ell! This woman slays the stage and you will have a whole new outlook on her after seeing her live performance!

5:00 pmHow could you skip Chris Lane at the MANE Stage? He has been doing big things in the country scene and puts on a great show! You will have “Take Back Home Girl” stuck in your head for the rest of the evening.

6:10 pm: Unfortunately you can’t be two places at once, because Chris Janson and Cody Jinks are playing at the same time. As much as we are OBSESSED with the new Opry Member, Chris Janson, we recommend you go and see Cody Jinks at the PALOMINO StageJinks is the definition of country… he might even be the next Chris Stapleton?

7:20 pm: Head back over to the MANE Stage to see Kelsea Ballerini take over! If you relate to her song, “I Hate Love Songs,” this is going to be the perfect set for you. We cannot to see rock out and own her set!

8:00 pmStay at the MANE Stage to see Jake Owen! That smile will force you to stay for his whole set! Make sure you have a few drinks so you can jam along to “I Was Jack (You Were Diane)!”

10:00 pm: Finally!!! One of our favorite duos, Florida Georgia Linewill be taking over the MANE Stage! Not only do we go to FGL House every weekend in Nashville but we are making the trek to see them live! If you are at Stagecoach, it is “Meant To Be” that you are at their performance!

In addition to the music, we suggest checking out The Bazaar featuring country singer Nikki Lane’s Stage Stop Marketplace, as there will be tons of fun merch to wear during the three-day hoedown.

Written by Isabel Baldinger

Isabel is an intern for Celeb Secrets Country. Originally from New Jersey, she is currently living the dream in Nashville while getting her degree in Music Business from Belmont University. If she is not in class or interviewing artists, she is at a concert, at Hotbox, hanging out with friends, traveling, lounging around at Tin Roof, or eating tacos.

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