Miranda Lambert and Dierks Bentley delivered epic performances for a sold-out crowd of 68,619 fans during the 2022 Navy Federal Credit Union NHL Stadium Series between the Tampa Bay Lightning and Nashville Predators.
On Saturday evening (Feb. 26), the country superstars took to two separate stages at Nissan Stadium, both of which were branded with the logos of their respective Broadway bars: Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row and Miranda Lambert’s Casa Rosa Nashville.
The hitmakers performances took place during the first intermission of the historic outdoor hockey game.
Bentley kicked off the festivities with a fiery performance of “Burning Man” and “I Hold On” before welcoming his friend and fellow country star Miranda Lambert to the stage for a rowdy two-song performance, which included “Drunk (And I Don’t Wanna Go Home)” and “Kerosene.”
“Y’all the only girl with her own bar on Lower Broadway, make some noise for Miranda Lambert Nashville, come on!” Bentley said as he joined Lambert on stage for a one-of-a-kind duet.
Bentley and Lambert teamed up for an rockin’ cover of ZZ Top’s “Gimme All Your Lovin’.”
The NHL Stadium Series celebrated country music and also featured Jessie James Decker, who performed the U.S. National Anthem, as well as Dustin Lynch who introduced the two hockey teams to the rink after an energy-filled performance of his latest single “Party Mode.”
Throughout the evening, Frankie Ballard, Chayce Beckham, Lindsay Ell, Morgan Evans, Jackson Dean, BEXAR, Josh Hedley, Tiera Kennedy and Lit’s Ajay & Jeremy Popoff joined The Stadium Biscuits house band, led by bandleader John Bohlinger for performance during brief breaks.
Click above to watch a fan captured clip of Bentley and Lambert’s performance.
While the Predators scored the first goal of the evening, The Tampa Bay Lightning ultimately took home the win with a final score of 3-2.
See photos of their epic performances below.