Morgan Wallen Fans Aren’t Happy After Amazon Decides Not To Livestream His Headlining Stagecoach Performance

Morgan Wallen
Matt Paskert

If you were hoping to catch Morgan Wallen‘s Stagecoach performance from your couch, well, it looks like you’re out of luck.

Amazon Prime Video has been livestreaming the annual Stagecoach Festival from Indio, California this weekend, giving viewers at home a chance to catch performances from artists like Friday headliner Eric Church and Saturday’s main act, Miranda Lambert.

But for some reason, the streaming giant decided not to include tonight’s headliner, Morgan Wallen.

Stagecoach announced the livestream schedule earlier today, and Wallen was conspicuously absent from the list, with Amazon opting to show back to back performances from Diplo before ending the main feed with a set from Wiz Khalifa. (This is a country festival, right? Just checking…)

Of course, there could be any number of licensing issues, or perhaps a special live recording that could be to blame, but it’s definitely a little odd that Morgan’s the only one of the three headliners that won’t be livestreamed, and obviously there’s plenty of speculation as to the reason for that.

Amazon has also promoting the live stream, but didn’t drop the streaming schedule for Day 3 until today. You have to wonder how many folks signed up at the beginning of the festival thinking they’d be able to stream Morgan’s set.

But regardless of the reason, once fans found out that he was left off the broadcast, they weren’t happy:

Like him or not, Morgan is the biggest country star in the world right now, so if there isn’t a legitimate reason on Morgan’s end, it’s definitely an odd choice for Amazon to not capitalize on that and stream his performance.

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