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Stagecoach 2016: Rolling Stone Country’s Best Photos From Day 3

Go behind the scenes with Little Big Town, Luke Bryan, A Thousand Horses, the Doobie Brothers and more

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Little Big Town pose before their set at the 2016 Stagecoach Music Festival.

Joseph Llanes

Coachella's country cousin, the Stagecoach Music Festival ended on a major high note Sunday night. Luke Bryan headlined the last of three days of non-stop country and Americana music at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California. Set against a gorgeous desert landscape, Bryan's stage was warmed up by the likes of Little Big Town, A Thousand Horses, the Doobie Brothers, RaeLynn and Old Dominion on Sunday. Rolling Stone Country contributing photographer Joseph Llanes had exclusive backstage access and brings us this incredible gallery from both behind the scenes and from the best seat in the house.

After checking out this photo gallery from Sunday's shows, click here for Llanes' Saturday Stagecoach gallery, including shots of Carrie Underwood and Chris Stapleton. And find Friday's photo gallery here, which has Sam Hunt, Snoop Dogg and Eric Church, just to name a few.

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Luke Bryan Performs

Luke Bryan had to take a helicopter from the American Country Countdown Awards to Stagecoach, as he pulled double-duty, playing both events Sunday night.

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The Doobie Brothers

Doobie Brothers members Tom Johnston, John McFee and Pat Simmons pose before their set at the 2016 Stagecoach Music Festival.

A Thousand Horses

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A Thousand Horses Backstage

Michael Hobby, lead singer of A Thousand Horses, walks with several backup singers on their way to perform at the 2016 Stagecoach Music Festival.

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