See Inside Kane Brown’s Spooky 30th Birthday Celebration

“R.I.P to your 20’s but can’t wait for all the years to come,” Brown’s wife, Katelyn wrote in honor of the milestone birthday.


Madeleine O’Connell

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October 23, 2023


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Over the weekend, Kane Brown said goodbye to his 20s and ushered in his 30th year with a “RIP 20’s” themed birthday party thrown by his wife, Katelyn Brown. 

Fans got a glimpse into the milestone celebration through the couple’s most recent social media posts in which they each documented a slew of memorable moments from the night. Katelyn shared a highlight reel of all the spooky décor and over-the-top entertainment that featured a tattoo artist, magician, custom cocktails, a photo booth, and more.

Lavish Party

“I’ll celebrate you any day @kanebrown 🎉 R.I.P to your 20’s but can’t wait for all the years to come,” she wrote in her caption. 

The video and images revealed the incredible transformation of the Brown Family’s basketball court within their home, taking it from a bright, sporty space to a dark and smoke-filled room. The evening was elevated by the little details that tied everything together, including velvet couches, a massive disco ball, cauldron cocktails, and even an ice sculpture in the shape of a headstone with the engraving “R.I.P Kane’s 20s.”

Hosted By Katelyn Brown

Kane Brown's 30th Birthday; Photo Courtesy of Instagram
Kane Brown’s 30th Birthday; Photo Courtesy of Instagram

Katelyn’s post also showcased guests dancing the night away on the black and white paneled dance floor that was placed in front of giant light-up letters that read “RIP 20’s” and surrounded by black and silver balloons as well as an eerie image of skeleton bones. 

The night wouldn’t have been complete without the two-tier cake that fit perfectly into the theme of the evening as it was covered in dark brown frosting with black embellishments and topped with a clump of skeletal heads. 

Kane Brown's 30th Birthday; Photo Courtesy of Instagram
Kane Brown’s 30th Birthday; Photo Courtesy of Instagram

Detailed Costumes

While the couple did not show up in coordinating costumes, they both went all out with their looks. Katelyn dressed up as a grandma, sporting everything from a nightgown to a gray wig and even a wheelchair to support her foot, which appeared to be in a medical boot that wasn’t part of the costume. As for Kane, he emulated the spirit of his “Bury Me In Georgia” tune while wearing a ripped and blood-stained Georgia bulldogs jersey, paired with a zombie makeup look on his face and arms. 

Alongside the photos Brown posted to his Instagram feed, he penned a heartfelt message of gratitude for his other half and her party-planning skills.

He wrote, “Thanks baby for an unforgettable 30th birthday 😘 above and beyond! Thanks for all the birthday wishes and everyone who came out to celebrate love you guys!”

Many of Brown’s fellow country stars and members of the industry who were in attendance, also commented on the “amazing night,” gushing over Katelyn’s ability to throw “an epic party.” 

Kane Brown, Katelyn Brown; Photo Courtesy of Instagram
Kane Brown, Katelyn Brown; Photo Courtesy of Instagram

Sweet Birthday Message

Prior to the celebration, Katelyn shared a more cheerful post in honor of her husband’s milestone birthday. The video included a series of clips strung together, documenting various moments of their life together, from raising their two daughters Kingsley Rose and Kodi Jane, sharing the stage together, and simply enjoying each other’s company. 

Her caption read, “HAPPY BIRTHDAY KANE ALLEN BROWN !!!!!! I love you more than anything and I am so grateful for this beautiful life we have built ❤️ love you sooooo much and can’t wait to celebrate you today !”

“Awe make me tear up love ya baby ❤️,” the “Thank God” singer wrote in response.

On October 12, the pair celebrated their 5-year wedding anniversary. They tied the knot at Mint Springs Farm in Nolensville, Tennessee on October 12, 2018. 

In addition to being life partners, the couple became musical partners with the release of their first duet, “Thank God.” This fan-favorite love story was co-written by Josh Hoge, Jaxson Free, Kyle Fishman, Christian Davis, and Jared Mullins, and has listeners feeling the love as they express their love for one another. 

This song saw great success among fans. It even made history with over 210 million streams, making the Browns only the second married couple in country music history to earn a No. 1 on both Billboard and Aircheck charts. 

Kane Brown and Katelyn Jae Brown; Photo by John Shearer/Getty Images for Kane Brown
Kane Brown and Katelyn Jae Brown; Photo by John Shearer/Getty Images for Kane Brown

Since the release of this romantic tune, fans have been begging for another collaboration between the lovebirds. Luckily, it seems that more music may be in the works because on Oct. 11, their followers got a taste of a brand-new duet called “Even Death Won’t Do Us Apart.” The teaser unveiled the first verse and chorus leaving fans to croon over the narrative highlighting the idea of everlasting love.

The caption of the clip, which has now been deleted, read: “Even death won’t do us apart (Demo) ❤️with @katelynbrown 🔥 so excited we got us anothern!!!!”

New Single and Tour

Kane Brown’s newest single, “I Can Feel It,” is currently impacting airwaves on country radio. The song is expected to appear on Brown’s yet-to-be-announced studio album, which will serve as the follow-up to 2022’s Different Man

Additionally, the country star is gearing up to bring his new music to the stage as part of his just-announced In The Air Tour for 2024. Kicking off on March 28, 2024, the trek will visit stadiums and arenas through mid-September. Joining Brown on select dates of the tour will be Tyler Hubbard, Jon Pardi, Chris Young, Bailey Zimmerman, Cole Swindell, Parmalee, LOCASH, and RaeLynn.  

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Madeleine O’Connell graduated from North Central College with a bachelors degree in Journalism and Broadcast Communications before deciding to pursue her studies further at DePaul University. There, she earned her masters degree in Digital Communication & Media Arts. O’Connell served as a freelance writer for over two years while also interning with the Academy of Country Music, SiriusXM and Circle Media and assisting with Amazon Music’s Country Heat Weekly podcast. In addition to Country Now, she has been published in American Songwriter, Music Mayhem, and Holler.Country. Madeleine O’Connell is a member of the Country Music Association and the Academy of Country Music.