#LoadedEvents features a recap of the most recent music festivals on the West Coast.
Loaded Vodka recently launched a campaign, Loaded With Talent, advocating for musicians and artists everywhere. Loaded Vodka believes time spent enjoying live music with friends and family, is time well spent. We put together a recap of the most recent music festivals from this past month. Check it out below.
Country Thunder | Florence, Arizona
Country Thunder was the first of the few big festivals this year. With over 27,000 people attending the festival, it has a huge turnout this year. The festival started Thursday, April 6th and went until that Sunday the 9th. With country superstars like Blake Shelton, Dierks Bentley, Thomas Rhett and Chris Young, it’s no wonder so many people attended. Stay tuned in the next few months for next year’s lineup announcement.
Coachella | Indio, California
Anyone who has ever been to Coachella knows that this is the festival of all festivals. Whether you camped, stayed in an Airbnb, or booked a hotel, you still got the full experience no matter what. With Radiohead, Lady Gaga and Kendrick Lamar headlining the festival, attendees got a special treat with artists bringing on various guest performers including Migos, Drake, Travis Barker and more. From our experience, Weekend 1 is always the way to go when deciding which weekend to choose. Each year tops the previous one, so if you missed Coachella this year, don’t fret—the lineup will be incredible as always.
Stagecoach | Indio, California
Stagecoach is one of the biggest music festivals in country music on the West Coast. With Stagecoach bringing in the best performers, people from all over the country flew in to attend the three-day music festival. Some of them included Dierks Bentley, Shania Twain, Kenny Chesney and Thomas Rhett. Stagecoach was a success this year with great artists, cold drinks and good friends.
Are you looking forward to any more festivals this year? Let us know if we missed any of your favorites!
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