The first Stagecoach Festival took place in 2007 and is now recognized as a “cousin” to Coachella. The festival is held at Empire Polo Club in Indio, California. The main genres of music include country, country rock, bluegrass, and alternative country. Stagecoach is known as the highest-grossing music festival for country music in the world. It is growing at a faster pace than Coachella, with the 2012 festival’s 55,000 attendees. Stagecoach 2012 also marks its first sell-out crowd. The festival takes place in a desert setting in the California Desert. Temperatures during the festival’s history range from 107 °F through 41 °F. That is why offer a variety of food and beverages available over the course of the weekend.
We at FairLifts want to make sure that your festival experience is spectacular from arrival to departure.
Since LAX is about 144 miles away from the festival, expect commute times around 3 to 4 hours by car. You may not want to sit in traffic after experiencing long delays at the airport. The fastest and most stylish option to consider taking to Stagecoach is a helicopter charter. In less than 90 minutes, our helicopter partners are able to fly you and your guests directly to Bermuda Dunes Airport, 7-miles from the festival.
You will get to sit back and relax on the way to Stagecoach while enjoying magnificent views of the Valley as you arrive. You won’t have to wait in line at airport security or in traffic. By leaving the flying to us, you will have numerous options ranging in costs. A cheaper option would be a one-way pickup or drop off. Or if you want to splurge a bit, we also offer round-trip charters that include standby so you can leave when you want!
FairLifts are extremely knowledgeable in the helicopter industry. With years of experience, we have the ability to hand-pick aircraft and pilots to ensure the perfect accommodations to make your festival experience like no other. While we understand that it is not always economical to rent a helicopter, but you have the ability to split the cost between your passengers. And you could be one of the few to have aerial pictures of the festival!
The Bell Jet Ranger transports up to 4 passengers for as little as $200 per person from Palm Springs International Airport to Bermuda Dunes Airport, making this trip highly affordable for nearly everyone!