Thoughts Of A New York Jew After Attending Stagecoach

I'm a nice Jewish girl from New York. I don't listen to country music. My boyf got the hookup with free VIP... Free + Jew = Me @ Stagecoach
  1. So many white people
    Honestly, this is the most white people I've ever seen in a concentrated area since I went to Seattle.
  2. Every song sounds the same
    Every country song sounds exactly the same to me. Key words include: red cups, beer, country girls, jeans, pick up trucks, summer
  3. I'm fat
    THERE WERE REALLY PRETTY SKINNY GIRLS RUNNING AROUND IN CUTE COWBOY BOOTS AND BOOTY SHORTS.
  4. I'm skinny
    There were also many men and women wearing very little clothing who could eat me for a snack.
  5. The desert is beautiful
    Indio, CA is a gorgeous desert landscape that makes the whole festival seem like you're walking thru a music video- especially at dusk.
  6. Country music is not my thing
    I like a beat I can jump up and down to and whip my hair around like a maniac and feel like a fucked up teen from Brooklyn. Country music doesn't do that for me.
  7. Playing dress up is fun!
    I loved dressing up like a cow girl and appropriating my own American culture.
  8. The desert is a desert with sand
    Allergies are a thing. Dryness is a thing. I got several nose bleeds and my boyfriend wouldn't stop sneezing and dabbing.
  9. I had fun
    I love music. I love jumping up and down. I love watching killer performances. When it was all said and done- I had fun. Thanks Stagecoach. More live music please!! 🎪🎤