Diplo To DJ Country Festival Stagecoach’s Inaugural Afterparty

Popular country festival Stagecoach will welcome producer and DJ Diplo to helm the turntables for the festival’s first official late night afterparty. New for this year, Diplo will lead the party at Stagecoach’s Palomino tent on Sunday, April 28 beginning at 11 p.m., following the last performer of the evening.

The three-day country festival will include headliners Luke Bryan on Friday (April 26), Sam Hunt on Saturday (April 27) and Jason Aldean on Sunday (April 28), in addition to performances from Cole Swindell, Luke Combs, Old Dominion, Kane Brown, CAM, Lauren Alaina, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bret Michaels, Tom Jones, and other country and crossover stars.

Diplo told Variety he has recently been in the studio working on a country-influenced project with artists including Thomas Rhett, Zac Brown, Sam Hunt, and Cam.

Diplo, known for his work with artists including Beyonce, Ariana Grande, Snoop Dog, Dua Lipa, has also been part of the group Major Lazer with fellow DJs Jillionaire and Walshy Fire, and helmed his own Mad Decent label. At the 2019 Grammy awards, he won Best Dance Recording for “Electricity,” alongside Mark Ronson and Dua Lipa. Diplo’s first studio album was 2004’s Florida.

 

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