PHOTOS: Morgan Wallen Shares the Stage with His Friends and Heroes During Record-Breaking 3-Night Nashville Run

Morgan Wallen, Jimmie Allen; Photo by David Lehr, Morgan Wallen, Thomas Rhett; Photo by Tanner Gallagher
Morgan Wallen, Jimmie Allen; Photo by David Lehr, Morgan Wallen, Thomas Rhett; Photo by Tanner Gallagher
Morgan Wallen, Jimmie Allen; Photo by David Lehr, Morgan Wallen, Thomas Rhett; Photo by Tanner Gallagher

Country superstar Morgan Wallen recently brought his Dangerous Tour to Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena for a sold-out, three-night run. Playing for a total of 41,634 fans, the high-energy shows featured special guests Larry Fleet and HARDY as well as a number of surprises collaborations that concertgoers won’t soon forget. 

The chart-topping singer/songwriter wowed the capacity crowds with stellar production and a set list that had fans singing along to every word.

Each night, Wallen entered the stage from below and prompted a massive sing-along with his latest No.1 hit, “Sand In My Boots.” He went on to perform several tracks from his ACM Album of the Year-winning project, Dangerous: The Double Album, including “7 Summers,” “Silverado For Sale,” and “Still Goin Down,” as well as “Up Down” and “Chasin’ You” from his debut release. 

It wouldn’t be a Nashville show without a few surprise guests and Wallen more than delivered with superstars popping up each and every night to join him on stage. Here’s a recap of the artists who surprised fans during Wallen’s Nashville shows. 

Wednesday, March 16 

Morgan Wallen, ERNEST; Photo by David Lehr
Morgan Wallen, ERNEST; Photo by David Lehr

ERNEST joined Wallen to perform their fast-rising duet, “Flower Shops.” 

Morgan Wallen, Larry Fleet; Photo by David Lehr
Morgan Wallen, Larry Fleet; Photo by David Lehr

Dangerous Tour opener Larry Fleet joined Wallen for a goosebumps-inducing rendition of Fleet’s “Where I Find God.” 

Morgan Wallen, Ronnie Dunn; Photo by David Lehr
Morgan Wallen, Ronnie Dunn; Photo by David Lehr

Fans were shocked when Ronnie Dunn appeared to join Wallen for “Takin’ Tennessee” from Wallen’s debut album, If I Know Me, and a performance of Brooks & Dunn‘s “Neon Moon.” 

Morgan Wallen, HARDY; Photo by David Lehr
Morgan Wallen, HARDY; Photo by David Lehr

HARDY returned to the stage for a rowdy performance of “He Went To Jared.” The pair worked every inch of the stage and had fans’ jaws dropping with cyro effects.

Morgan Wallen, Jimmie Allen; Photo by David Lehr
Morgan Wallen, Jimmie Allen; Photo by David Lehr

For the final surprise of the night, Jimmie Allen joined Wallen for a memorable performance of “The Way I Talk.”

Thursday, March 17

Morgan Wallen, Eric Church; Photo by David Lehr
Morgan Wallen, Eric Church; Photo by David Lehr

Wallen’s friend and musical hero, Eric Church, took a break from his Spring Break in Florida to make a surprise at Bridgestone Arena. The Chief joined the “Wasted On You” singer for performances of “Quittin’ Time” and “Smoke A Little Smoke.” 

Friday, March 18

Morgan Wallen, Thomas Rhett; Photo by Tanner Gallagher
Morgan Wallen, Thomas Rhett; Photo by Tanner Gallagher

Wallen and Thomas Rhett joined forces for the live debut of “Whiskey’d My Way,” a song Rhett co-wrote that appears on Dangerous: The Double Album.

Morgan Wallen, Jason Aldean; Photo by Tanner Gallagher
Morgan Wallen, Jason Aldean; Photo by Tanner Gallagher

Wallen and Jason Aldean brought fans to “Hicktown” with a rousing rendition of Aldean’s breakout hit. 

Morgan Wallen, Lil Durk; Photo by Joe Moore
Morgan Wallen, Lil Durk; Photo by Joe Moore

Fans went wild when Wallen was joined by Lil Durk for their No. 1 debut Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Chart crossover “Broadway Girls.”

Wallen closed Friday’s show by telling fans, “God bless you, Nashville – these have been three of the best nights of my life.”

Morgan Wallen’s Dangerous Tour runs through October 8, 2022 with his first-ever headlining stadium concert.