Stagecoach: Eric Church, Shelby Lynne, The Wild Feathers



Eric Church raises his cup to Stage Music Festival fans April 25 at the Empire Polo Grounds in Indio.

Photo by Michele McManmon

 

Despite inclement weather, Stagecoach Music Festival fans braved brisk winds and unusually cool temperatures as the opening day wore on. They warmed up to the music thanks to fire stokers like Eric Church, Shelby Lynne, and The Wild Feathers.

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