Can’t go to Stagecoach? Here’s who you can see in SD
Can’t make it to the desert for some down-home country fun at Stagecoach this year? Lucky for you, some of the festival acts are headed to hang at the beach and bring their country tunes to San Diego.
Before she hits the stage in Indio, Brooke Eden (one of Vogue‘s “10 Country ‘It’ Girls”) will bring “Daddy’s Money” to the Moonshine Beach main stage on Friday, April 28. Eden has opened for big name country acts including Tim McGraw and Florida Georgia Line. Performing ahead of Eden will be Levi Hummon, the son of Grammy-winning songwriter Marcus Hummon who just released his first self-titled EP last spring.
The following night Dylan Scott (a Spotify “Spotlight 2016" artist) heads to the beach on the heels of his Stagecoach performance the day before. Scott’s “Crazy Over Me” debuted at No. 14 on the Billboard Chart.
Shows are 21+. Doors open at 8 p.m. with acts taking the stage at 9:30 p.m. $10 tickets are available at moonshinebeachsd.com.
Moonshine Beach, 1165 Garnet Ave., Pacific Beach, 858.999.0158 or moonshinebeachsd.com
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