What Time Does Kane Brown Go On Stage Kane Brown set Bridgestone Arena in Nashville ablaze with a sold-out performance on Friday (March 31) as part of his headline debut. This monumental career moment marked a highlight of his “Drunk or Dreaming Tour,” which kicked off in Melbourne, Australia on September 17 and later crossed the ocean to captivate American audiences in mid-March.
LoCash took the stage at Bridgestone for the first time, igniting the night with an energetic rendition of Tim McGraw’s “Truck Yeah,” a track the duo co-wrote, along with other tunes. The country duo, comprising Preston Brust and Chris Lucas, paused to pay respects to the tragedy at The Covenant School on Monday, March 27, before performing their latest single “Three Favorite Colors.”
Acknowledging the city’s recent challenges
they stated, “There’s no way of not talking about what happened [in Nashville] this week, and we hate it. We don’t even know what to say to make things better, but we can say that we’re in the great city of Nashville, Tennessee, and there isn’t one person in here who hasn’t looked up to God and said ‘Please be with those families, please be with those kids.’ We are at a loss for words, everyone in here is at a loss for words.”
Moving the crowd, they declared, “This next song is about the United States of America. [The song] is one thing that can bring people together, because there’s ‘that side’ and there’s ‘that side’ and we’ve all got to come together. When America comes together, we always freaking win.”
With the performance concluded, LoCash gave a shoutout to troops
first responders, medical professionals, and educators. The duo then transitioned to upbeat covers, playing hits like Bryan Adams’ “Summer of ’69” and Fountains Of Wayne’s “Stacy’s Mom.”
Continuing the momentum, they played their newly Platinum-certified hit “I Love This Life,” co-written with Chris Janson and Danny Myrick. They led the crowd in a chant of, “There ain’t no party like a Kane Brown party, ’cause a Kane Brown party don’t stop,” encouraging everyone to illuminate the arena with their phone flashlights.
Dustin Lynch took the stage next, launching his set with the title track from his 2014 album “Where It’s At.” He seamlessly moved into his Platinum hit “Ridin’ Roads” and another “Where It’s At” track “Mind Reader.” As Lynch sang “Tequila On A Boat (feat. Chris Lane),” the music faded, and the intro notes of The Champs’ “Tequila” filled the air. Inviting participants from the audience, Lynch added an interactive touch to his performance.
The atmosphere turned electrifying as MacKenzie Porter joined Lynch on stage, concluding his set with their No. 1 duet “Thinking ‘Bout You.”
Following a brief intermission the arena came alive with glowing wristbands
as the stage set the scene for Kane Brown’s entrance. Brown kicked off his performance with “Lose It,” accompanied by dramatic bursts of flames. The color of the wristbands shifted in sync with the program, creating a dynamic visual experience.
Brown thanked the audience and introduced LoCash and Lynch before performing his No. 1 single “Like I Love Country Music.” He then serenaded the crowd with “Famous Friends,” distributing T-shirts as part of the show.
Brown addressed mental health issues and performed “Memory,” a song about coping with such struggles. Engaging with his fans, he delivered hit after hit, electrifying the stage with each performance.
Brown’s set culminated with a stunning ensemble performance of “One Mississippi,” featuring Lynch and LoCash. The stage radiated with multi-colored lights as they moved and grooved to every corner.
After the show, Brown remained on stage
connecting with fans and leaving a lasting impression of gratitude. As the “Drunk or Dreaming Tour” continues, Brown, Lynch, and LoCash are set to create more unforgettable musical moments in the weeks ahead.