Chairs/Blankets officially OK
We are pleased to announce we have been given the official green light to allow small chairs/blankets into this years Stagecoach Festival. Small folding camping or beach chairs are the types that will be OK. Please see examples of OK and NOT OK below:
THESE TYPES WILL BE OK – small folding beach or camping chairs
THESE TYPES WILL NOT BE PERMITTED – poolside lounges, banquet type or folding metal chairs.
STAGECOACH GETS COOKIN’
Stagecoach Music Festival is hosting our First Annual BBQ Competition Invitational. This event will include an International Barbecue Cookers Association (IBCA) Double Blind Box Sanction Contest, as well as a People’s Choice Rib Burn & Side Dish Competition. The festivities will run from approx. 1pm – 3pm each day. In addition, all day and night that area will feature nationally renowned BBQ Concessions Teams serving the public food & hand cranked homemade ice cream.
ON SITE ACTIVITIES GROWING
Beyond the jam packed musical line up, there will be tons of other fun things to do and see at the festival. More details and additional activities will be posted here as the dates approach. Here’s a few things already planned:
Country Music Memorabilia
Antique Cowboy Gear
Western Heritage Art
American Folk Art
Saddle Making, Rodeo Gear and Trail Boss Seminars
Line and square dancing demonstrations
Lasso and roping clinic
Kids’ activity area
CONGRATULATIONS to our CONTEST WINNERS & LAST CHANCE TO ENTER
We wanted to send out a special congratulations to all of our contest winners thus far:
Lee Ann from Temple City, CA
Marie-Danna from San Diego, CA
Susan from Yorba Linda, CA
Charles from Highridge, MO
Carey from Muncie, IN
Laura from Ontario, CA
Kimberly from Palm Desert, CA
Christina from Napa, CA
Jenna from Redlands, CA
Amie from Tempe, AZ
ONE WEEK LEFT TO ENTER THE CONTEST, CLICK HERE
WHO’S GOING TO NASCAR THIS WEEKEND?
Be on the lookout for the giant STAGECOACH FESTIVAL banner flying over head and the GIANT mobile billboard driving around.
Not all the tickets are reserved seats. There is a ton of General admission tickets being sold, which have no seats associated with them. That's who the "bring your own chair" thing is geared toward.
There will be lots of walking around the venue to take it all in. I'm sure it will be a lot of fun. The reserved seating is I believe for the main stage only. So the chairs will come in handy for people who have a hard time standing for two days straight.
Maybe the administrator of this board "Countrygurl" can add to or correct anything that I may have miss stated. I hope that helps you a little bit.
That works in theory but think of all the older folks trying to get up/down with those...I was hurting with my low chair on Sat so I switched it out for a higher one on Sun....Ahhhhhh....and I am only 30!!!!