The Stagecoach Festival is an outdoor country music festival founded by Paul Tollett. The festival is located at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, CA. Various artists attend and perform, whether they be mainstream or relatively unknown, ranging from folk, mainstream country, bluegrass, roots rock, and alternative country. It is the highest-grossing festival centered on country music in the world.

Stagecoach took place for the first time in 2007. Put on at the same venue, also by Goldenvoice, Stagecoach is seen as a "cousin" of Coachella. It has since grown at a faster pace than Coachella, with the 2012 festival's 55,000 attendees marking its first ever sell-out crowd.