I think it is now safe to say that I have fully and completely recovered from Stagecoach. Some of you may be thinking "What is Stagecoach?" It is 2 full days of some really fabulous music. I know not all of you like country music and I will be honest and say that I have really in the past 2 years embraced the music. Sure I liked some of it like the crossover stuff but I was more of a pop and old school alternative girl. I don't remember the exact moment that I made the big switch I think it started slow with several friends getting me into a certain person and then suddenly I decided to put one on my XM preset and before long my radio didn't leave the station.
We took the trailer out late Friday night along with our friends Tina and Cliff. Little did we really know what we were getting into. After we parked in our spot for the weekend we discovered we were among the battle of who could play the music louder. The first day we grabbed a spot that we thought was going to be great and started walking around. Sampled some BBQ that was so yummy and checked out everything. Got back to our spot and learned that we really didn't pick a great spot. That's ok Tina was able to smuggle some rum in and it turned out to be super good poured over the shaved iced. The bands that day were great to hear. I love Darius Rucker, Little Big Town and have a slight crush on Brad Paisley.
Sunday were were going to plan better and try to smuggle some more booze in and some food. Before we even left the trailer the jager bombs had to be had and Daren poured the rest in a plastic bottle, some how it ended up empty by the time we got to the gate and security was tight and a few things were found, I did a little trash digging with Tina distracting the guards and was able to get a few of the tossed items. We scored and found a better spot on the lawn and enjoyed the day. Zac Brown, Lady Antebellum, Kid Rock and Kenny Chesney were all great.
I am excited to go again next year. Announce the line up already.