Rascal Flatts’ Summer Playlist Tour recently made its way to the BB&T Pavilion in Camden, New Jersey with special guests Jordan Davis and Morgan Evans in tow.
Embracing the final nights of summer 2019, fans packed into the venue ready to dance and sing along.
They got what they were hoping for as the trio’s impressive 18-song set felt like a greatest hits album that came to life. Rascal Flatts performed hits ranging from their 2000 debut “Prayin’ for Daylight,” to the upbeat “Life Is a Highway” to their latest single, “Back To Life.”
The audience sang along throughout the entire night, but songs like the always emotional “Bless the Broken Road” evoked a full-on sing-along.
Showcasing their harmonies and musicianship throughout the entire night, Rascal Flatts put on a memorable show, further proving their staying power as a country music staple.
Earlier in the evening, Jordan Davis got fans on their feet with his set that included performances of his energetic radio hits “Singles You Up” and “Take It From Me.” He slowed things down a bit with his newest single, “Slow Dance In a Parking Lot” and had fans singing at the top of their lungs when he busted out a cover of Tim McGraw’s “Something Like That.”
Morgan Evans opened the concert, wowing fans with his one-man show. Using a loop pedal and an acoustic guitar, Evans drew comparisons to Ed Sheeran. He performed his songs “I Do,” “Kiss Somebody,” “Day Drunk” and “Young Again” as well as Dylan Scott’s “Hooked,” which he wrote.
Rascal Flatts have shows scheduled through November 3. Click HERE to see if the trio is coming to a city near you.
Check out our exclusive photos from the show below.