A "Stagecouch" to Remember
This past weekend was Stagecoach weekend, or should we say Stagecouch. Instead of partying at the Polo Club in Indio, CA this weekend, we partied in the Honky Tonk Dance Hall (otherwise known as the bedroom), the Beer Barn (kitchen) and the Main Stage (living room). Hopefully you didn’t splurge on stylish, bohemian chic Stagecoach outfits, because this year was all about who had the cutest loungewear. The official Stagecoach Instagram account @stagecoach even posted a “Stagecoach Stay At Home Bingo” featuring sayings, “Said ‘It’s 5 O’Clock Somewhere,” “Washed Hands To The Tune Of A Country Song,” “Tuned Into An Artist Livestream,” and “Cried But Make It Pretty.” Don’t be ashamed if your bingo card turned into a coverall, ours did too.
Stagecouch began at 11am on Friday and featured a live Q&A with Dustin Lynch, an at home performance with RaeLynn, and closed the night out with a home performance from Hardy. On Saturday, you had the chance to tune in to receive guitar lessons from Tenille Townes, catch a Q&A with LOCASH, followed up with a performance by Honey Country. Sunday featured Hailey Whitters, Midland, Jon Pardi, and a late night couch party with Diplo.
SiriusXM The Highway had some serious fun during Stagecouch Weekend. SXM The Highway broadcasted exclusive live performances by Carrie Underwood, Eric Church, Thomas Rhett, Ingrid Andress, Ashley McBryde, and more. Stream SiriusXM for free until 5/15.
Stagecoach posted some great drink recipes to make while enjoying the music from home. Check out their Instagram to learn how to make the, “Achy Breaky Heartini,” “Wrecking High Ball,” “The Detox,” “The Cold One,” “Delta Dawn Daqueri,” “Pink Lady Like,” and “The Country Girl.” Let us know if you can guess what songs inspired each drink!
The good news is that Stagecoach is still set to take place October 23-25. Until them, live streams with our favorite artists will continue to hold us over.
2/18/2022 05:22:25 am
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