Wheels Up Tour with Lady Antebellum, Hunter Hayes and Sam Hunt!
I've been a long time fan of Lady Antebellum ever since I first heard "Lookin' For a Good Time." I love so many songs by them, because they're so fun and catchy. I knew I liked Lady Antebellum, but after seeing them live for their Wheels Up Tour, I'm officially obsessed.
Admittedly, when I bought tickets for the concert, I was most excited to see Sam Hunt. I love every single song he sings. Plus, he's not bad to look at. *wink emoji* Sadly, Sam was only onstage for about thirty minutes, but it was an incredible thirty minutes. He's so talented, especially live. I saw him perform at the Academy of Country Music Awards, but he only sang a condensed version of one of his songs. I jammed out to every one of his songs, because they're all so freaking good!
Hunter Hayes's set was twice as long, and I adored him. He just seemed so humble, and he just genuinely looked like he loved being onstage. I had no idea he was so incredible on guitar. He seriously rocked out on at least six different guitars, and his guitar solos were so freaking good. His singing was, of course, amazing, but he really blew my mind with his guitar skills.
I jammed out to Lady Antebellum pretty hard. They played all of their hit songs plus a few songs off of their latest album, 747. At one point, they went to a mini stage in the middle of the floor seats, and sang a few songs acoustic. They played two covers, "Thinking Out Loud" by Ed Sheeran and "Let's Get It On" by Marvin Gaye.
Hunter Hayes came out and joined them to play what I think was a mandolin. Clearly, I don't know my instruments, but he was awesome. They also brought Sam Hunt out, and he, Lady Antebellum and Hunter Hayes all rocked out to "Walk This Way." Definitely a highlight.
For the encore, Lady A came back out and sang the title song from their album "747," plus two more songs. Hilary did a little outfit change too.
I love going to concerts so much, and this one was so incredible because every single act was So Good. It made me become just a bit obsessed with all of them.
Are you a fan of Lady Antebellum? Do you enjoy going to concerts?