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
ERNEST joined Wallen to perform their fast-rising duet, “Flower Shops.”
Dangerous Tour opener Larry Fleet joined Wallen for a goosebumps-inducing rendition of Fleet’s “Where I Find God.”
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.”
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.
For the final surprise of the night, Jimmie Allen joined Wallen for a memorable performance of “The Way I Talk.”
Thursday, March 17
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
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.
Wallen and Jason Aldean brought fans to “Hicktown” with a rousing rendition of Aldean’s breakout hit.
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.