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Kane Brown and Tyler Hubbard Light Up The Kia Center in Orlando, Florida on May 30, 2024


 

 

Kane Brown brought his 2024 “In The Air Tour” to the Kia Center (formerly known as Amway Center) in downtown Orlando, Florida on Thursday, May 30, 2024. Tyler Hubbard (formerly of Florida Georgia Line) and Parmalee supported Brown, playing their own hits, as well as joining Brown on stage to perform “Famous Friends”. The crowd was mostly female and spanned all ages. They were enthusiastically singing all night long.

 

Parmalee delivered a solid 30-minute set, playing 5 hits of their own and a surprising cover of Usher’s “Yeah”. They sounded great and had the crowd dancing and singing along.

 

Band Members:

Matt Thomas – Lead Vocals, Guitar

Barry Knox – Bass

Josh McSwain – Guitar, Keyboards

Scott Thomas – Drums 

 

 

Setlist:

1. Just The Way

2. Girl In Mine

3. Gonna Love You

4. Yeah (Usher cover)

5. Carolina

6. Take My Name

 

Tyler Hubbard, formerly the Georgia half of the extremely popular Florida Georgia Line, performed for almost an hour. He sandwiched the hits from his 2 albums around a trio of cover songs. Tyler really knows how to deliver a song and engage the audience. This was an energetic and fun set, which primed the country crowd for the headliner to come.

 

Band Members:

Tyler Hubbard – Lead Vocals, Guitar

 

Setlist:

1. Tough

2. Park

3. Back Then Right Now

4. Wish You Would

5. You Make It Easy (Jason Aldean cover)

6. Meant To Be (Bebe Rexha cover)

7. Cruise (Florida Georgia Line cover)

8. Me For Me

9. Vegas

10. 5 Foot 9

11. A Lot With A Little

12. Dancin’ In The Country

 

Kane Brown entered the Kia Center arena in dramatic fashion. A large curtain stretched to the ceiling, covering the entire stage. As his band began playing, their shadows could be seen on the curtain. After it dropped, Brown appeared on the top of a large beam that spanned the entire stage, and slowly lowered from the roof to the stage during the first song – “Bury Me In Georgia”. 

The dramatic entry was just the beginning. There were pyrotechnics galore throughout the evening. There was a massive confetti burst during “Miles On It” and “Like I Love Country Music”. Flames lit up the venue during “I Can Feel It” and “Lose It”. The lighting moved and shifted from song to song. A giant video wall behind the stage offered striking visual displays to complement the music. The stage itself had 3 separate catwalks, giving Brown the chance to get closer to fans on all sides.

The highlight of the show may have been the special set in the middle. Brown appeared on a second stage on the opposite side of the floor area, performing up close and personal at the back of the venue. He played a stirring rendition of “Georgia On My Mind”, fitting as he was raised in Northwest Georgia. He then played stripped-down versions of “Homesick” and “Good As You”. “Homesick” featured a fiddle and piano, and was dedicated to soldiers and others who travel for work, leaving loved ones behind. The fans chanted “USA! USA!” at the end of the song. “Good As You” was sung loudly by the crowd, which was well-lit and featured on the video wall.

 

Band Members:

Kane Brown – Lead Vocals

 

 

Setlist:

1. Bury Me In Georgia

2. One Thing Right

3. What Ifs

4. Grand

5. I Can Feel It

6. Fiddle In The Band

7. One Mississippi

8. Georgia On My Mind (Hoagy Carmichael cover)

9. Homesick (fiddle & piano)

10. Good As You (piano)

11. Miles On It

12. Lose It

13. Famous Friends (Chris Young cover with Tyler Hubbard & Parmalee)

14. Memory

15. Be Like That

16. Thank God

17. Heaven

18. Like I Love Country Music

 

 

 

 

 

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