The May 3-4 event at the Empire Polo Field in Indio, Calif., will feature more than 40 acts of various music genres, including mainstream country, bluegrass, folk, roots rock and alt-country, on four stages.

Other artists on the initial lineup include Gretchen Wilson, Dwight Yoakam, Dierks Bentley, Trace Adkins, George Jones, Taylor Swift, Earl Scruggs, Kellie Pickler, Shooter Jennings, Sam Bush, Jerry Douglas, Ralph Stanley, Dan Tyminski, Ian Tyson, Jack Ingram, The Isaacs, Bucky Covington, Riders in the Sky, Kentucky Headhunters, Michael Martin Murphy, Cherryholmes, J.D. Crowe, Wylie & The Wild West, Red Steagall, Luke Bryan, Halfway to Hazard, Billy Joe Shaver, Ryan Bingham, Carolina Chocolate Drops, Waddie Mitchell, Crystal Shawanda, Jypsi, and The Greencards.

Tickets for the event, which start at $175 for two-day passes, go on sale November 16 at RV and tent camping reservations are also available beginning November 16.

Complete info on tickets and camping is available at

Festival organizers Goldenvoice, The Messina Group and Moore Entertainment Group said the festival will feature a wide range of activities, including the Half-Pint Hootenanny kids’ activities area, the Stagecoach Invitational BBQ Contest, a live auction, mechanical bull rides, hayrides, saddle-making exhibitions, rodeo gear and trail boss seminars, line and square dancing demonstrations, fiddling demonstrations, a lasso and roping clinic and country music memorabilia, antique cowboy gear and lots of art, along with increased space and new amenities for on-site RV and tent camping.