Florida Georgia Line brought their ‘Can’t Say I Ain’t Country Tour‘ Presented by Old Camp Whiskey to Camden, NJ at BB&T Pavilion for an evening of some of the hottest talent in country music right now with special guests Dan+Shay, Morgan Wallen, Canaan Smith and HARDY. This tour definitley brought an evening we won’t soon forget to New Jersey, full of hit songs and impressive performances full of talent and a visually stunning production.
Launching the evening was HARDY at 7pm sharp, with an unfortunately brief set that only consisted of four songs, although he only played a few, he played the songs that fans wanted to hear. He performed the song “God’s Country” that he wrote for Blake Shelton that is currently No. 1 on the charts and wow did he do the song justice with his unique vocals. Ending his set with his hit single “REDNECKER,” that fans went wild for, singing along to the redneck anthem that fans adore. After HARDY was a surprise artist that was not billed on the tour but one that fans were ecstatic to see. One of Florida Georgia Line’s Tree Vibe Music friends, Canaan Smith, who performed a few songs between each set change, making the show go much quicker, not to mention much more enjoyable with his performance that fans knew nearly every word to each of his song including his smash hit single “Love You Like That.”
The king of mullets, Morgan Wallen brought his country-proud songs to the stage next. Wallen quickly rose to become one of country music favorites with the release of his Florida Georgia Line collaborative single “Up Down,” that conquered charts and radio stations worldwide for weeks upon its release. Since Wallen has went on to release his debut album, If I Know Me, which included some songs that are now smash hits including “Whiskey Glasses,” “The Way I Talk,” “If I Know Me” and his latest single “Chasin’ You,” and is now headlining his own sold out tours across the world. Wallen brought his signature country sound for fans to enjoy as he performed for about 35-minutes. Ending his set with a song that “changed his life” that brought along a massive sing-a-long with the sold out crowd for “Whiskey Glasses.”
Country’s favorite duo, Dan+Shay brought out some hits for their support set that included sing-a-longs during “Speechless,” “Tequila,” “All To Myself,” and more. Also bringing out some fan-favorite songs like “From The Ground Up,” “How Not To,” “19 You + Me” and “Keeping Score.”
Florida Georgia Line headlining the evening, with the duo Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley entering the stage atop two Kawasaki ATV’s with a FGL custom-engraved water tower between them filling the background to their song “Colorado” off the duo’s fourth studio album, Can’t Say I Ain’t Country (Feb. 15). Florida Georgia Line brought a massive production out with this on this Can’t Say I Ain’t Country tour and a stacked lineup too, bringing out pyro, fireworks, vibrant lighting, water tower, a pick-up truck that held their piano during “H.O.L.Y.” and so much more, it was truly a visually stunning spectacular.
FGL powered through a set full of all of their hit songs which is nearly their entire discography including songs like “This Is How We Roll,” “Meant To Be (feat. Bebe Rexha),” “Cruise,” “Simple,” “Smooth,” “Round Here,” “Can’t Hide Red (feat. Jason Aldean),” and more. Their onstage energy throughout the entire show was a force to be reckoned with and they had a great time interacting with the sold out beyond capacity crowd.
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