PHOTOS: Morgan Wallen’s Son Indigo Wilder Attends His Dad’s Historic Nashville Concert

Morgan Wallen’s son, Indigo “Indie” Wilder, experienced an important rite of passage when he had the chance to see his dad’s concert for the first time ever.  According to social media posts, Indie, 20 months, attended Wallen’s Dangerous Tour in…

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Posted on March 19, 2022

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Morgan Wallen’s Son Indie and KT Smith; Photos via Instagram

Morgan Wallen’s son, Indigo “Indie” Wilder, experienced an important rite of passage when he had the chance to see his dad’s concert for the first time ever. 

According to social media posts, Indie, 20 months, attended Wallen’s Dangerous Tour in Nashville alongside his mom, KT Smith, his aunts, Mikaela and Ashlyne, and other members of the Wallen family on Friday (March 18).

Indie was dressed to impress for the occasion, sporting what appears to be a custom belt and buckle and the cutest little brown leather cowboy boots. He also got a haircut ahead of the show, according to Smith’s Instagram post. 

“May or may not have cried seeing little man’s watch his daddy for his first ever concert, also surrounded by love from family 🤍,” Smith sweetly captioned her post, which included several photos from the sold-out concert. 

Wallen and Smith share custody of Indie, who was born on Friday, July 10, 2020, at 5:43 pm and weighed 6lbs, 13 oz. He’s the first child for both Wallen and Smith. The couple was previously engaged but broke it off in 2019. Smith has been vocal about co-parenting with Wallen on social media and often shares adorable photos of the toddler on Instagram. 

Last July, Wallen and Smith attended Indie’s “My First Rodeo” themed 1st birthday party together and shared countless photos from the fun-filled day on social media. The cowboy-themed soirée was a full-on family affair that took place at Gratidude Ranch in Franklin, TN. 

Friday’s concert was Wallen’s third consecutive sell out at Bridgestone Arena, an accomplishment that has him joining the ranks of just three other country acts to-date: Garth Brooks, Eric Church and Taylor Swift.  

The concert featured special guests Larry Fleet and HARDY as well as surprise guests Thomas Rhett, Jason Aldean and Lil Durk. 

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