Is Beyoncé Really Going to Bring ‘Cowboy Carter’ to Stagecoach?

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Fans believe that Beyoncé has a surprise up her sleeve when it comes to Stagecoach.

Stagecoach, which is set to be held at the Empire Polo Club April 26-28 directly after Coachella, has many thinking Queen B may be performing as a last minute guest.

This year marks the 16th edition of the festival with headliners including country music superstars Miranda Lambert, Eric Church and Morgan Wallen.

The “Crazy in Love” singer recently dropped her album Cowboy Carter on March 29 which had propelling it to simultaneous No. 1 debuts on Top Country Albums and Top Americana/Folk Albums.

Looking at the “lineup” tab on the official Stagecoach website reveals forthcoming sets from Cowboy Carter collaborators such as Brittney Spencer, Post Malone (performing a special set of country covers), Tanner Adell, Willie Jones and Willie Nelson. Even Brandi Cyrus, sister of Miley Cyrus, who’s featured of Cowboy Carter’s latest radio single “II Most Wanted,” is slated to hit the stage.

Yet, one performer in particular has also caught fan’s interest.


Backwoods Barbie is slated to be on the lineup. When looking at the website, artists have a large amount of links and more, but Barbie only has 15 pictures linked to her Instagram account, all which point to Beyoncé and Cowboy Carter.

The account’s first social post has a graphic of the Stagecoach lineup with the caption “Giddy Up.”

Many believe this is a reference to the singer but also could just be a general reference.

Other posts include a major emphasis on the disco balls and sliver sequins.

The Backwoods Barbie Instagram account also follows just six people: Beyoncé, Parton, Wallen, Diplo, the Stagecoach Festival and, curiously, restauranteur and television personality Guy Fieri.


The most recent Backwoods Barbie post features a map of the Stagecoach Festival Grounds with the caption, “Catch me on Saturday night at 7pm out in Diplo’s Honky Tonk!” Should Queen Bey make an appearance at Diplo’s set, it would make sense given that the two Grammy-winning artists have collaborated several times before, including 2012’s “End of Time” and 2016’s “Hold Up” and “All Night.”

With a Cowboy Carter promotional banner flying over the Coachella grounds during Weekend One and a massive promotional hauler on the ground during Weekend Two, many fans believe it is highly likely.

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