Brooke Eden Tells Us Fans Can Expect New Music During Her Stagecoach Performance

Country music fans from far and wide will gather in Indio, California, this weekend for a country music festival of epic proportions: Stagecoach.

Shania Twain, Maren Morris, Thomas Rhett and more will all take the stage and perform plenty of their hits, but these heavy hitters aren't the only acts we're looking forward to seeing.

Rising country artist Brooke Eden will make her Stagecoach debut, and we couldn't be more stoked for this girl.

We caught up with the singer-songwriter to discover what the festival means to her, what we can expect from her performance and whose set she's most excited to catch.

Scroll below for what she had to say!

Sweety High: What does being a part of Stagecoach mean to you?

Brooke Eden: It's always been on my bucket list to play at Stagecoach. As an artist, you see other artists playing festivals or a certain venue and you think, 'Oh, my gosh, I want to do that one day!' Stagecoach has always been one that I really wanted to perform at. I'm super pumped about my performance.

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SH: What can festival goers expect from your performance?

BE: I will be singing all the songs off my Welcome to the Weekend EP. I'll also be performing some new songs of mine. We'll also have some covers thrown in there, too.

I'm super excited to share my new music with everyone, that's always fun. I can't wait to see what their reactions are and see if people dig it as much as I do.

 

SH: Is there one song in particular you're most looking forward to performing?

BE: Right now, it's so fun to play "Act Like You Don't." People are hearing it on the radio and on Spotify. It's always really cool to see the crowd's response during that song. It's the one I look most forward to in my set.

 

SH: What outfits are you packing for the festival?

BE: It's going to be super hot, so definitely lots of shorts and booties. I do have a special graphic tee that I am wearing on Saturday. It's of an artist, but it's not me.

 

SH: What are your Stagecoach essentials?

BE: Definitely have to have sunscreen. I'm already sunburnt and my head is already peelings, so sunscreen is definitely an essential. I also got this really cool light-up headband from Forever 21 and I am so pumped to wear it. I'm not going to wear it onstage, but I'll definitely wear it around the festival. And then I always have to have my pump-up jams. I listen to Spotify's Hot Country playlist. I love the new Ed Sheeran album, too. I listen to a combination of everything.

 

SH: What are three things every festival-goer should bring with them?

BE: You walk a lot more than you think you do, so definitely a pair of comfortable shoes. I'd also say a hat to protect your face, because it gets so hot in the desert. You definitely need some sort of jacket you can wrap around your waist, too, because it's pretty cold at night.

 

SH: Whose set are you most excited to catch at Stagecoach?

BE: Shania Twain! I am such a huge Shania fan. I grew up singing Shania Twain in the Honky Tonk when I was 6 years old. She's about to release new music, so hopefully she'll be singing some of it. Fingers crossed! I'm going to be doing lots of fun stuff backstage, but I was like, "Y'all, I will do anything, but please don't make me do anything during Shania Twain's set."

 

SH: Looking forward, what can your fans expect from you?

BE: I'm putting out an album at the end of this year, so that's super exciting. I'll be working on that a lot this summer and parts of the fall, just getting songs together. New music is definitely something they should look forward to.

 

Someone else we're excited to see take the stage at Stagecoach is none other than our girl Tegan Marie. HERE's what you can expect from her upcoming performance.